Lucknow: The communal conduct of UP Police in dealing with protestors against CAA-NRC-NRP has surprised the nation after the Police personnel turned brutal towards the civilians with the State CM’s support.
CM Yogi – a wolf in a monk’s clothing working on to promote the RSS Hindutva ideology and the to-do-list( after repealing Article 370, Triple Talaq, Ayodhya suit) is on his mission to kill secularism in the state and turn it into a Hindutva state, DC reports.
Recently, Meerut SP was caught on video yelling at Muslims asking them “to go to Pakistan”, and that he very well knows how to “fix them”.
When asked about this SP’s conduct, the District Police Chief held the conduct as right. He went to explain the media later that some in the crowd had raised pro-Pakistan slogans.
If what the official said was correct why did not the officer book the persons in question under relevant provisions and responded with communal rants.
An IPS officer or any official of the state acting in the name of the Constitution under no circumstances is supposed to respond without taking the due course of law or respond with anti-communal, hate statements.
Unfortunately, ‘Jungle Raj’ is prevailing in UP, despite the Constituiton binding the one and all.
The SP’s superiors see no fault with his wrong conduct to disturb the harmony within religions.
CM’s Office Tweets:
“Every rioter is shocked. Every demonstrator is stunned. Everyone has been silenced after seeing Yogi Adityanath government’s strict actions. Do whatever now, compensation will be taken from anyone who damages public property. Every violent protester will cry now because there is a Yogi government in Uttar Pradesh.”
Another disgraceful tweet from the CM’s office on Friday had the hashtag “The Great_CM Yogi”.
Such vituperation is beyond imagination, unacceptable in a democratic country where the people elect the leaders.
Speaking of Western democracy, a trial might have ensued on far less a misdemeanor by an elected leader. Even in Communist China, where Uighurs have been sent to ideological “training camps”, there has not been any official talk of making protesters “cry”, or the government “extracting revenge”, as CM Ajay Singh Bisht, who parades as the monk Adityanath.
As far as confiscation of protesters’ property is concerned, the Yogi government must satisfy the high court with proof but for that, it must first explain why the UP police army went on to vandalize property in the state.