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BJP Government In UP Faltering On All Fronts, People Fed Up: Akhilesh Yadav
LUCKNOW || Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on Monday lashed out at the BJP government in the state, labelling it as a miserable failure on all fronts. In a hard hitting statement released by his office, the Samajwadi Party (SP) chief said neither has the Yogi Adityanath government been able to contain the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic nor has it checked the spiralling crimes and poor law and order.
"The chief minister is living in his own world and has no idea whatsoever about the plight of the farmers in the state", Yadav alleged. Pointing out on how the monk-turned-politician dishes out new diktats every day with regards to COVID-19, the 47-year-old leader further
said. The health care workers, doctors are being infected in absence of proper PPE kits, the healthcare has crashed leaving people high and dry, Yadav further said.
The law of law and order is that when the Chief Minister was meeting the officers on law and order, at the same time, two managers of the construction company were shot in Mirzapur.
The state's infamy in the cases of murder, robbery, kidnapping, rape is happening all over the country, he said while pointing out how the kidnapping of the woman in Meerut and the incident of gangrape are heartbreaking.
An old man was beheaded and murdered in Kanpur, youths were killed in Varanasi and Baghpat, a boy was killed in Farrukhabad, Yadav stated. BJP's graph is on the wane and its just a matter of time that it will falter of its own faults, the former chief minister added.