GIVING ‘FULL credit’ to Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav for setting up full-fledged ‘kidnapping industry’ in the state and making Etah as the ‘capital’ of the newly-developed industry from where 400 cases of kidnapping have been reported in the last one year, state BJP spokesman Dr Manoj Mishra demanded imposition of the President’s rule before the coming Vidhan Sabha elections.
Talking to reporters here on Wednesday Mishra, quoting a statement of DGP Bua Singh and Principal Secretary, Home, Satish Agarwal that ‘Ab Thane Nahien Bikenge’, Mishra said that the two top officers responsible for the law and order had admitted (by their own statement) that so far police stations were being ‘sold’ and the officer giving the highest amount was being appointed throwing merit to the winds.
The killing of 13-year-old Ankit, who was kidnapped from the Sanjay Gandhi Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGI), Mishra said that it was yet another example of deteriorating law and order situation and casual approach of the police towards the problems of the common man.
Meanwhile, a meeting of prominent BJP workers of Mahanagar was held at the Mall Avenue residence of Lalji Tandon in connection with arrangement for the BJP’s national executive, national council meet and the proposed rally. A detailed programme for according a warm welcome to senior party leaders coming here to participate in the three-day programme was also finalised.