Women and Dalits are unsafe in Samajwadi Party regime, says BJP
Lucknow: In a run up to election campaign ahead of Uttar Pradesh assembly polls, the BJP today launched a frontal attack on the opposition parties specially the ruling Samajwadi Party saying the law and order of the state was at abysmally low.
Never before the state had been in such pathetic conditions as Uttar Pradesh had earned a dubious distinction of having top on the list in the context of crimes against women and Dalits, the state Bharatiya Janata Party president Laxmikant Bajpayee said in his inaugural address at the day-long state party executive meet.
Lambasting Akhilesh Yadav -led government in the presence of Union Ministers Santosh Gangwar, Sanjiv Balian, Manoj Sinha, In charge of UP Affairs Om Mathur ,National vice president Dinesh Sharma and former MP Vinay Katiyar, he said the time was ripe to unseat SP to give state a good governance which could ensure safety of the citizens particularly Women and Dalits.
Deteriorating law and order
- The state BJP chief was severe on the SP government for detriorating law and order in the state.
- Over 1.2 lakh murders , about 6000 loots and about 3000 rape incidents had taken place during last four years in UP, he pointed out.
- Everyday, the dead bodies were being recovered in the cities.
- Women were the most unsecured lot in the state.
SP Government failed despite Centre's Support
- Centre had always been forthcoming on the financial help to the the state.
- The Centre increased its share in development schemes from 32 per cent to 42 per cent.
- The increase in share had benefited the state to the tune of Rs 27000 crore annually.
- The PM's initiative helped removing block roads in Lucknow Metro project.
Also blasted BSP
- Bajpayee did not spare Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party for its rampant corruption.
- UP people should not forget blatant corruption in National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).
- How the senior medical officers lost their lives to cover up dubious designs are known to everyone.
- The SP has also kept BSP's practices under wrap because both are hand in glove as far as corruption is concerned.
- Even the BSP regime could not ensure the safety of Dalits.