Ghaziabad: BJP workers today staged a sit-in outside a police station here in protest against the “deteriorating” law and order situation in the state.
In his address to party workers outside Indira Puram police station, Neeraj Singh, son of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, alleged that condition of law and order “has gone from bad to worse and nepotism and casteism have peaked”.
Officials belonging to one particular caste have been posted in every important police stations and they are extorting money by all means, he claimed.
Singh also said the recent incident of Mathura and alleged migration of Hindus from Kairana, showed the “failure” of the state government.
“The Governor must sack the government and President’s rule should be imposed in Uttar Pradesh,” Singh said, adding that such protests will be organised across the state.
A memorandum was sent by BJP city president Ajay Sharma to Governor Ram Naik seeking dismissal of the state government.