Keshav Prasad Maurya UP deputy Chief Minister required downplaying censure on the growing number of encounter killings in Uttar Pradesh, saying eliminates the criminals is a step towards setting up a “Ram Rajya”. “UP is not the only state where steps take at a majestic scale to ensure law and order.
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Our main concern is not to murder criminals. But if an armed man attacks to police, they fired back at. The aim is to remove evil and make sure a peaceful atmosphere that is ‘Ram Rajya, Maurya told on Sunday. Since BJP came in March last year, 1,240 encounters have taken place in which 40 criminals kills and 305 injured. The question is Do we want to see threatening men in UP moving around with a rifle in public places? he asked, adding that in the recently concluded investors’ summit. Business leaders expressed satisfaction about the steps taken by the government.
Maurya defended Tiranga Yatras as a freedom to express nationalism in the wake of Kasganj violence. The violence was unfortunate and the killing was disturbing. However, these yatras are freedom of appearance. Whether they take place on January 26 or other important days, they committed to the nation. It is incorrect to question their relevance,” he said.
Maurya is campaigning in Phulpur. A seat that also goes to by-poll with Gorakhpur on March 11 and represented by him in 2014. The 47-year old did not dwell upon whether the government was making a concerted effort to build a Ram Temple in Ayodhya. Ayodhya is now entirely a Supreme Court matter and we are seeing progress in the involvement of Babri petitioners and Ram Janam Bhoomi Trust.
So, He said let the court take a call with party’s involvement. Our promise is seen from the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has laid the base stone of a temple in Abu Dhabi.