Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi(File photo)
LUCKNOW: In an internet meeting to examine the deteriorating law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh, Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi stated that’rule of law at UP had restricted to only BJP’s sankalp patra and there was demand to establish a mass campaign against the Jungle raj at UP.
“There’s absolute lawlessness in the country with individuals and authorities feeling insecure. Those attacking cops are patronized by the authorities. The patronage extended by the authorities has emboldened offenders. It’s apparent that the principle of law at UP has stayed restricted to BJP’s sankalp patra,” Priyanka allegedly told senior leaders that attended the meeting a day following the Kanpur authorities massacre.
UP Congress president Ajay Kumar Lallu stated:”Every two-hour there’s a rape in the nation. Murders accounts for 89percent of the crimes happening in the country. There’s not any letup in offenses even throughout the corona-induced lockdown. Capital shirts in violence against women and crime. During the lockdown, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Bulandshahr and Lucknow report maximum offense ”
Priyanka called upon the employees and leaders to raise their voice against the jungle raj and expose the growing nexus between offenders and leaders throughout the BJP regime. Thus, UP Congress will establish an Internet campaign against the Jungle Raj from the nation. The party leaders and employees will go on Facebook to mobilize the public to have the Jungle Raj at a critical way.
“We shall encourage the people to raise their voice against the growing amount of crimes in the nation. The Congress party calls on people of Uttar Pradesh to broadcast their concern with the spike in crimes on societal networking platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram,” Lallu explained.
Congress asserted it would also unmask the ruling party leaders that are giving patronage to offenders. The meeting also agreed to how the offenders have an obvious protection of their Government because of which the anti-microbial components are scared of their government and the authorities.
The celebration will also reflect the plight of these people into the National Human Rights Commission. Senior leaders such as Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Aradhana Mishra Mona attended the assembly.