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'Thok Denge,' says Yogi Adityanath in warning to criminals

Shubhanshu Sharma

Shubhanshu SharmaBy Shubhanshu Sharma

Published on 3 Jun 2017 7:47 PM GMT

Thok Denge, says Yogi Adityanath in warning to criminals
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'Thok Denge,' says Yogi Adityanath in warning to criminals
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New Delhi: Reiterating his promise to uplift the poor law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday claimed that the police will will knock down the criminals if they do not mend their ways.

Interviewed on a national news channel, Adityanath also said that not even a single Muslim has become a victim of any atrocity in the state since he took over the reins from previous Samajwadi Party.

"Thok denge (will knock them down)" he said to a query on the law and order issue adding, "Our police would not hesitate in knocking down the criminals indulging in murders, rapes and robberies, if they did not mend their ways."

Yogi Adityanath sought to link the spurt in crimes to closure of illegal slaughterhouses in the state.

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"Those who were in the illegal slaughtering business, they are now unemployed. For employment, they will have to work as labourers, they have MNREGA. But if they resort to crimes, we will knock them down," he claimed.

On claims that many Muslims in UP are now living in a state of fear, Adityanath said: "In the last 70-72 days, not a single Muslim has become victim of any atrocity...You will be surprised to know, in my Janata Darshan programme, every day 25-50 Muslim women come with their parents, sons or sisters, and most of them have complained about their husbands who have given them 'talaaq' (divorce)."

"I am that many Muslim organisations have supported our move against triple talaq. Several Shia clerics in Lucknow have spoken against consuming beef. Those who follow the law and Constitution have nothing to fear, but if anybody thinks he is above the law, he should have reason to fear," he said.

Asked whether he still stood by his inflammatory comments made against Muslims in the past, the Chief Minister said that those were "conditional comments".

Shubhanshu Sharma

Shubhanshu Sharma

Writer has 6 years of experience in digital media. Presently working as Senior Sub Editor at newstrack.com. An avid reader and always willing to learn new things and techniques.

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