Mayawati condemns communal remark Meerut SP
Mayawati condemns communal remark Meerut SP

Lucknow: The controversy over the viral video of Pakistan's statement by Superintendent of Police City Akhilesh Narayan of Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh does not appear to stop. Many political parties have also criticized Superintendent of Police Akhilesh Narayan. In this sequence, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati has strongly condemned this and termed it unfortunate. Mayawati has made two consecutive tweets on the matter.

Mayawati has written in her tweet that "Muslims living in entire country including Uttar Pradesh for years are Indians and not communal language / commentary towards them during the protests of Pakistan ie CAA / NRC, especially Meerut SP City of Uttar Pradesh. To do something very disgraceful and unfortunate. ' Along with this, in another tweet, Mayawati has written that, "All such policemen should have a high level judicial inquiry and immediately they should be sacked if they get the right evidence of being guilty." Bsp That is the demand. ''

Let us tell you that Superintendent of Police Akhilesh Yadav had told the crowd shouting that "If the accounts are here and singing somewhere else, then go to Pakistan." This statement of the police created a lot of ruckus, At the same time, SP Akhilesh had given clarification that some people were raising slogans of 'Pakistan Zindabad', due to which he was asked to move to Pakistan.

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