Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav today said that if there are maximum goons and mafia in any party at this time, then it is BJP, he said that BJP is giving protection to mafia and miscreants.
Uttar Pradesh Assembly (Uttar Pradesh Assembly) As the election is approaching, the rhetoric of the leaders is getting sharper. The BJP people used to say about the Samajwadi Party that “the car in which the Samajwadi flag is seen, understand that the goon is sitting in it” but now the Samajwadi Party is attacking the BJP with the mafia and criminals. Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav today said that if there are maximum goons and mafia in any party at this time, then it is BJP, he said that BJP is giving protection to mafia and miscreants.
Referring to Ajay Mishra Teni, he said that the man who is accused of killing farmers is roaming around as a minister in the center, Yogi Adityanath talks about running a bulldozer on the mafia, but why is the bulldozer not running at Ajay Mishra Teni’s house. ? Akhilesh Yadav did not stop here, he also attacked CM Yogi Adityanath and said that Yogi is such a Chief Minister who withdrew the cases from him.
How many criminals in which party?
According to the Association for Democratic Reform (ADR), 37 percent of the MLAs in the current assembly (17th) of Uttar Pradesh are of criminal background. In this, maximum 143 MLAs are from BJP, 14 of Samajwadi Party, 5 each from Congress and BSP have criminal history. Out of 143 BJP MLAs, 105 have serious cases registered against them, including cases like murder and rape. BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar from Unnao’s Bangarmau was also convicted in the rape case, after which he lost his legislature.
From Veer Bahadur to Yogi Adityanath
In 1984, in the 9th Assembly, 34 MLAs were of criminal background, of which 18 MLAs belonged to the Congress party alone. In 1989, Mulayam Singh Yadav became the CM of UP for the first time, at that time there were 50 MLAs in the assembly who had a criminal record. Mulayam Singh had brought leaders like DP Yadav to the assembly. In 1991, the number of tainted MLAs was 133, out of which 40 were from the BJP. 26 MLAs of Samajwadi Party, 19 of Congress and 7 of BSP were tainted. In the 1980s, the nexus of criminals and politicians increased election after election.
In the 2012 assembly elections, the MLA with the most criminal image was in the Samajwadi Party. When Akhilesh Yadav was the Chief Minister, there were 84 MLAs in his party who had criminal records, in 2012 54 MLAs of BSP and 41 MLAs of BJP were of criminal background. In 2007, when Mayawati was the Chief Minister, 63 BSP MLAs were of criminal background.
In 2017, when Yogi Adityanath came to power, he started withdrawing the cases filed against his MLAs, the cases filed against Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath were also withdrawn by the UP government. However, if you look at the previous governments of UP, you will find that the party whose government is in power, withdraws the cases of its leaders. Mulayam Singh Yadav and Akhilesh Yadav have also withdrawn the cases filed against their leaders.
Also read- Bill linking Aadhaar number with Voter ID card passed from Rajya Sabha, will now be sent to the President
Also read- Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’Brien suspended, action taken in case of throwing rule book