LUCKNOW: Accusing the opposition of sympathising with criminals, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday declared in the state Legislative Council that police encounters in the state would not stop.
Talking in the Household through the Zero Hour, Adityanath pointed toward the opposition and claimed most people knew who gave patronage to criminals.
A full of 40 dreaded criminals have been gunned down in 1200 encounters, and this will proceed, the chief minister claimed.
He was replying to Devendra Pratap Singh’s (BJP) concern on propriety pertaining to the February 13 directive of Chairman Ramesh Yadav inquiring the Yogi Adityanath authorities to get a CBI probe performed into three cases, such as of two police encounters.
“It is unfortunate that some folks are displaying sympathy toward criminals. This is perilous for democracy. The Noida incident which took area on February 3, in which Jitendra Yadav was hit by a bullet was not a police come across, and police does not rely it as an come across. Even the individual affected experienced endorsed it,” Adityanath claimed.
The chief minister urged the Chair to look at the inquiries raised by Devendra Pratap Singh.
To this, Leader of Opposition Ahmed Hasan (SP) claimed the Chair experienced already directed the authorities to get a CBI probe performed. “Now it can either recommend a CBI probe or may possibly not do so. What is the relevance of the objection,” Hasan asked.
Later on, Chairman Ramesh Yadav claimed he would reserve his conclusion on the concern of propriety raised by Singh.