Two Months of Yogi government, Crime rate at peak

CM Yogi Adityanath
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May 23 , Tuesday : Priest-turned Politician , Yogi Adityanath who stormed into media after becoming Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh completes two months in the office.

Adityanath promised for peaceful law and regulation in Uttar Pradesh , which he is failing to fulfilling as Crime rate has increased alarmingly in the state.

The government has said several times that criminals would be dealt with severely. But, its warning fails to deter criminals.

From last several days , Uttar Pradesh has witnessed numbers of incidents which has raised question over the credibility of rule of law in the state, which is major set back for Yogi government.

On ground major incidents like Sharanpur caste clash , Violence in Bulandshahr after cows stolen, Four people injured in a clash between two communities in Gonda etc.  has made more trouble for the state government.

Incidents such as attacks on Police stations,torching police vehicles, threatening ,beating up officers , assaulting people over the speculation of cow slaughtering are rising at peak.

Soon after taking charge as UP Chief Minister banned illegal slaughterhouses , which raised a new crime of killing innocent people by gaurakshaks over speculation of cow slaughters.

According to India today , Cases of dacoity increased from 16 in January to 23 in March and 33 in April.

Cases of loot increased from 249 in January this year to 421 in March and 412 in April this year.

Number of murder increased from 286 in January to 396 in March and 399 in April this year. Cases of rape rose from 244 to 378 in March and 393 in April this year.

Have look at recent Crime incidents :

Karnataka cadre IAS officer Anurag Tiwari found dead last week on a roadside near a VIP guest house in Lucknow under mysterious circumstances.

Samajwadi party leader Sumer Singh was shot dead by unidentified motorbike-borne assailants near Gopalpur in Ballia.

Mob shot dead two Jwellers in Mathura.

Two politicians named Ravindra Gujjar and Kailash Chandra belonging to Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party were shot dead in separate incidents in Uttar Pradesh.

Double murder took place recently in Lucknow, where the two daughters of a resident Lal Bahadur were killed during day time.

With all this , Policy of tackling criminals becomes the biggest challenge for Yogi government which can be only sought with proper action not just only with words and exact issue must be taken into observation to control criminal activities.

wefornews bureau

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