Saturday, May 11, 2013

UP beats Pak in sheltering terrorists: Uma

May 12, 2013,LUCkNOW

Making a strong comment on the Akhilesh-ledSamaj wadi Party government\'s move to let go of \"innocent\" terror-accused, Madhya Pradesh former chief minister and Member of Legislative Assembly from Charkhar UmaBharti said UP had gone a step ahead of Pakistan in the race to provide shelter to terrorists.

In Pakistan, government officials and politicians at least feign ignorance about terrorists taking shelter in the country even though intelligence agencies or even top officials of the country have a hint of it or support the terrorists, said Uma, adding that in the case of Uttar Pradesh, the state government is advocating release of HuJI and other terrorist organisation members. The state will soon become safe heaven with such encouragement to terror accused, Uma warned.

Refuting the allegations of the fiery sanyasin, Samajwadi Party spokesman and Jail Minister Rajendra Chaudhary said the government was trying to help innocent Muslims who have been falsely implicated and added that the former MP chief minister was advocate of an ideology, whose chief minister was responsible for mass murders of minority in Gujarat.

The national BJP vice-president earlier met chief minister Akhilesh Yadav for about an hour and apprised him of snail pace of development taking place in her constituency of Charkhari. She said even after over a year since the new UP Assembly was formed, no development work had taken place in the constituency in particular and in Mahoba district in general.

She said Charkhari was once termed Switzerland of UP by then chief minister Gobind Ballabh Pant because of its ponds and lakes. But, it has been neglected for a long time, said Uma and added that the chief minister had assured her development work starting soon in Mahoba.

Hitting out at late resignation by Union Law Minister Ashwini Kumar and Railway MInister Pawan Bansal, Uma said the resignations came in a bit late. Had Congress acceded to the BJP\'s demand in the Lok Sabha, parliament would have functioned smoothly and Food Security Bill could have been passed.

The behaviour of the Congress was \"childish\" as they did what was being demanded by BJP in Lok Sabha only after a few days of House being adjourned sine die. It was clear from the day one that both ministers had no moral grounds to hang on to the ministries and the same was known to all senior Congress leaders, Uma said, adding that it only corroborated what leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swar

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