Yogi Adityanath has lost the ‘moral right’ to continue as CM: NCP

Yogi Adityanath has lost the ‘moral right’ to continue as CM: NCP
Yogi Adityanath has lost the ‘moral right’ to continue as CM: NCP

mumbai: The ruling Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), an ally of Maha Vikas Aghadi, has said that Uttar Pradesh Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath has “lost the moral authority” to continue in office after questions have been raised by legal luminaries about the action against Muslims and the ‘bulldozer’. politics, here on Thursday.

NCP chief spokesman Mahesh Tapase said former judges and leading advocates wrote to Chief Justice of India NV Ramanna about the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government of Uttar Pradesh, led by Yogi Adityanath, and his crackdown on Muslim protests.

The Muslim community has been holding demonstrations against BJP spokesmen who made certain blasphemous comments about the Prophet Mohammed, sparking backlash in India and the Muslim world.

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The Uttar Pradesh administration has responded by ‘demolishing’ the legitimate homes of Muslim protesters, the Uttar Pradesh police have arrested them, and social media is awash with videos of police brutalities and how the civil rights of ordinary people are being crushed. , pointed out the leader of the PNC.

“All this is happening in the largest state in the country, which is also the birthplace of Lord Ram. The CM who calls himself Yogi has turned a blind eye to the atrocities committed by his own administration. Is this the promised ‘Ram Rajya’ of the BJP? Tapase said.

“The BJP’s intolerance towards Muslims and Dalits is well known and therefore the time may not be far off when other BJP-ruled states adopt harsh, repressive and unconstitutional means to silence the voice of minorities. The writing is clear on the wall. The BJP leaders are trying to revive the police state as they have little respect for the Indian Constitution,” Tapase concluded.

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