The Politics over Muzaffarnagar Communal Riots have gone wild and is leading towards a non-definite direction. Political Parties have been accusing each other for the violence
BSP leader Swami Prasad Maurya demanded the resignation of CM Akhilesh Yadav. “From Muzaffarnagar violence, administrative failure of SP government has once again come to fore. It has proved that Akhilesh government has bowed in front of criminals and it should immediately resign”.
BSP leader in Vidhan Parishad Naseemuddin Siddiqui said that had police and administration took strict action against those involved in triple murder in Muzaffarnagar on August 27, the situation would not have worsened.
“The violence in Muzaffarnagar is on and government is a mute spectator to it…The government is doing politics of communalism..”, he alleged.
Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh used Twitter to express his opinion.
Tweet #1: “SP Govt’s track record in this tenure is bad. Haven’t been able to control Communal Forces in UP. Even BSP’s was better,”
Tweet #2: “Condemn Communal Violence in Muzaffarnagar Pay homage to the journalist and those killed. All non BJP ruled States have to be more careful”
Tweet #3: I appeal to all in Muzaffarnagar and other areas in Western UP to bring Peace and Communal Harmony to fight communal forces
Nirmala Sitharaman from BJP said, “11 years of no riot, Gujarat being kept alive for reasons other than justice seeking! Shame! Since March 2012, unabated riots in UP under SP”.
While Senior BJP Leader Kalraj Mishra said, “If UP Govt is holding officers responsible for Muzaffarnagar riots, then it doesn’t have moral right to continue”.
Another leader from Bharatiya Janata Party said tensions had been simmering since the three men were killed August 27 in a tea shop. “Had the killers been arrested, the situation might not have gone out of hand,” Vijay Bahadur Pathak said.
Hitting out at the Uttar Pradesh government for the deteriorating law and order situation, RLD chief Ajit Singh demanded President’s rule in the state.
Senio Congress leader Rashid Alvi says, “Narendra Modi not yet declared as PM & such incidents are already happening, people fear whether BJP is trying to turn UP into Gujarat. Whatever BJP is doing in Muzaffarnagar & its surrounding regions is highly condemnable.
He added, “Uttar Pradesh government has failed to maintain law & order & communal harmony in state.”