Imphal, Dec 6,
Popular Front of India General Secretary M. Mohammed Ali Jinnah in a statement issued here today held Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath responsible for Sangh Parivar violence and killing of the police officer Subodh Kumar Singh and a youth named Sumith in Bulandshahr. “What happened there is not an isolated incident, but it is the latest in the series of cow terrorist acts that has become a routine ever since Yogi Adityanath government has assumed power in the state. It is also not first time that the Hindu Yuva Vahini goons, founded by Yogi himself are in the forefront of mob lynching of humans in the name of protecting cows. He has degraded Uttar Pradesh of the Indian Republic into an Animal Farm where Jungle Raj is the system, cows only are safe and human lives are the targets”, the statement said.
The preliminary investigations by police officials and eyewitnesses accounts of the Bulandshahr tragedy point towards a pre-planned attempt at spreading communal tension. All available evidences point to the hands of Hindutva elements themselves in hanging cow carcasses in the sugar cane field. The report of their ulterior motive to foil the Muslim congregation held in the locality has also to be probed.
Mohammed Ali Jinnah has demanded judicial enquiry by a panel of sitting judges to unearth the conspiracies involved in the incidence. He also sought the intervention of President of India to save the state form the misrule of Yogi Government.
Rinku Khumukcham, Editor of Imphal Times has more than 15+ years in the field of Journalism. A seasoned editor, was a former editor of ISTV News. He resides in Keishamthong Elangbam Leikai, with his wife and parents.
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