Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday hit back at Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra over her tweet on expanding wrongdoing rate in the state.
On Saturday, Priyanka had asserted that episodes of wrongdoing are on the ascent in Uttar Pradesh, and lawbreakers were “meandering unreservedly” in the state.
“In Uttar Pradesh culprits are meandering unreservedly and doing anything they desire. Criminal episodes are occurring consistently. In any case, its BJP government has turned hard of hearing. Has the Uttar Pradesh government given up before hoodlums?” she had tweeted in Hindi alongside an arrangement of news reports demonstrating different episodes of wrongdoing.
Because of the case, Adityanath, while tending to media here, stated, “It is an instance of sharp grapes (angoor khatte hai). Her gathering president (Rahul Gandhi) lost from Uttar Pradesh. So while settling down anyplace – Delhi, Italy or England – they need to remark so as to stay in the news.”
Minutes after Priyanka’s tweet, Uttar Pradesh police reacted by clarifying how powerful the police has been in battling wrongdoing, refering to insights.
“UP Police has made exacting move against genuine guilty parties. In two years, 9,225 lawbreakers have been captured and 81 have been executed. Unlawful resources of in excess of 200 crore individuals have been seized under the National Security Act and there has been an extraordinary decrease in dacoity, murder, plunder and kidnappings,” read a tweet on the official page.
“As a result of UP Police’s compelling working, there has been a 20-35 percent decrease in wrongdoings. Every single electrifying wrongdoing have been illuminated in 48 hours,” the police said in another tweet.
While tending to the question and answer session, Adityanath likewise rubbished reports of a few Hindus being driven out Meerut and stated, “No one is relocating, who will move since we have come to control? There may be a few instances of individual questions however there is no relocation.”
A grumbling was held up on the NaMo application by a social specialist guaranteeing that 125 Hindu families had relocated from Prahlad Nagar in Meerut.
The complainant guaranteed that Hindu families are selling their homes and moving out of dread.