BJP will begin its inning by putting Prajapati behind the bars: Shah
Ambedkarnagar: Asserting Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav was saving the gang-rape accused minister Gayatri Prasad Prajapati, presently at large, the BJP representative Amit Shah on Sunday said his party will begin its inning in the state by putting the UP cabinet minister behind bars.
"Finding Prajapati and putting him behind the bars will be the first step of BJP when it will form government in Uttar Pradesh," said Amit Shah while addressing an election rally here.
Attacking Samajwadi Party for law and order crises in the state, Shah said, "Police failed at every front. UP CM is appealing Prajapati to surrender."
He alleged that state government would not have filed FIR against gang-rape accused Prajapati had the Apex court not intervene to the matter and directed so.
What else Amit Shah said?
- People in Uttar Pradesh have had enough of Samajawadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party.
- BJP is forming the government in the state on March 11 at 1.00pm.
- Not employment, Akhilesh Yadav government believes in giving unemployment allowance.
- UP government helped rape accused Gayatri Prasad Prajapati to flee.
- BJP government at the Centre ensured power supply and gas connection at subsidised rates.
- BJP will end the interview system in recruitment process.
- Strict action will be taken on illegal slaughter houses.