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Priyanka slams Yogi over poor law & order in UP

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Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Tuesday took a dig at the deteriorating law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh. Priyanka Gandhi urged UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to fix the law and order in the state.

The Congress general secretary said it is the responsibility of the police and the administration to

take concrete action over the rising cases of kidnapping. as a result

Raises concern on Vikram Tyagi’s abduction

In a letter to the chief minister, she raised the matter of Vikram Tyagi—a businessman from Ghaziabad who has been missing for almost a month.

Tyagi’s family suspects that he has been kidnapped, Priyanka Gandhi said.

Even after repeated requests, no concrete action has been taken by the police or administration, she alleged.

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“Two days ago, a delegation of our party met the family. They are very worried and upset. They have written in a letter seeking help and strict directive to the police officers to fully assist them,” she said. secondly

Kidnappings on the rise

Priyanka Gandhi said in the letter that kidnapping incidents are increasing rapidly in Uttar Pradesh. thirdly

“Law and order is deteriorating. At this time, it is the responsibility of the police and administration to take action in such matters with promptness and efficiency,” she asserted.

“Fix the law and order problem in the state. People are disturbed,” Priyanka Gandhi said. firstly,

Gandhi has been attacking the UP government over law and order. She has also slammed the ruling BJP government in the state over the Vikas Dubey incident. She has also raised the issue regarding the killing of a Ghaziabad-based journalist, Vikram Joshi, who was shot in the head by assailants.

Jungle raj in UP

She had attacked the Yogi Adityanath government on Monday as well over the issue of rising crimes.

Priyanka Gandhi alleged that “jungle raj” was growing in the state, but no action was being taken by the government apart from some transfers. in conclusion

  

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