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Yogi Adityanath says, ‘under our govt, terrorists either die or go to jail, SP dropped cases against terrorists’

Yogi asserted that in his government, terrorists know that they had only two options, either go to jail or die.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath made a serious allegation against the Samajwadi Party while addressing a rally in Shahajahanpur. Yogi accused the Samajwadi Party of dropping cases against terrorists during its rule.

Yogi said, “When our government came, Suresh Khanna Ji became a Minister, he asked what should be the issues for the cabinet meeting. I asked him what issues were brought up by Samajwadi Party in their meeting, he said, “They used to drop cases against terrorists”.

He had also said that terrorist attacks in Ayodhya and Kashi took place during the rule of Samajwadi Party. Yogi asserted that in his government, terrorists know that they had only two options, either go to jail or die.

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Suresh Khanna who is the Urban Development Minister for the State had earlier attacked Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati by calling her a fused transformer. “They all are fused transformers. If you connect a wire to a fused transformer it will neither light a bulb nor turn on a fan Nor will you get water or air. Why talk about fused transformers then?”, Khanna had said.

It is notable here that since its initial days in power, the Yogi government has maintained that it will have a no-tolerance attitude towards criminals. UP police under the Yogi Government had conducted dozens of encounters. It was also reported that dreaded criminals were canceling their bails and opting to stay in jail for fear of being killed in encounters.

Samajwadi Party has formed an alliance with BSP and RLD in Uttar Pradesh for the Lok Sabha elections.
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