Bulandshahr violence : ‘’From Accident to Political Conspiracy - CM' Yogi Adityanath’'


Bulandshahar Violence : “cow killers are our top priority” - Add. Superintendent of Police (Rural - U.P)



Bulandshahr: As the horrific violence singed Bulandshahr district on Monday 3rd dec’19 arround 10.30 AM, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma were found to be ‘missing’. Shockingly, as two lives were claimed by mob violence in Bulandshahr, the UP CM was enjoying a light and sound show in Gorakhpur.
And where were two UP Deputy CMs Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma – They were in Rajasthan to campaign for the upcoming Assembly Elections. In fact, Yogi Adityanath even tweeted pictures at around 10:00 pm on Monday, showing him attending the show. 
Shockingly, Yogi attended a kabaddi event with Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh today and avoided the media. Enraged, the Twitterati trolled the UP CM for enjoying the show while Bulandshahr was burning………..Report’s Timesnow Bureau on 4’th December’19.
"There is no incident of mob-lynching in Uttar Pradesh. The Bulandshahr incident is an accident and the law is taking its course. No guilty will be spared," the chief minister said.
"Those who are giving unnecessary statements are doing it to hide their failures, instead they should applaud the government and should thank the government," Yogi Adityanath told reporters in Lucknow today ( 19’th Dec’18 ).
"This is a conspiracy by the same people who were trying to take innocent lives by manufacturing illicit liquor. This was a political conspiracy and political conspiracies are plotted by cowards who cannot take a challenge head on. Feeling threatened, they are embracing each other and want to target innocents. This government will not allow it. There will be rule of law in the state at any cost. The administration has taken stern action. Those who wanted to create unrest and lawlessness by killing cows, they have been stopped," said the saffron-wearing chief minister.

‘’Police have arrested four people today in connection with the Bulandshahr violence. Police have also filed an FIR, which include the name of a Bajrang Dal leader. Apart from Bajrang Dal leader name, the FIR also include the names of people from many BJP affiliated organisations. Meanwhile, government has promised to give compensation of Rs 50 lakh and a govt job to a family member of the slain police officer’’………………………………………Report’s Aaj Tak on 4’th Dec’18.

‘’Why is the rioting in Bulandshahr in western UP, which culminated in the murder of a police officer, not construed as an act of terror? An NDTV investigation based on police records, and eyewitness accounts finds that the violence may not have been spontaneous, but planned - by the hand of multiple wings of the Sangh Parivar, especially the Bajrang Dal’’………………...Report’s NDTV on 4’th Dec’18.

‘’Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Monday expressed grief over the deaths in violence in Bulandshahr and sought a probe report into the incident within two days, according to an official statement.But the question is where was he when the city was crying? The CM was actually enjoying a light and sound show. watch video on you tube for more details’’……Report’s ABP News on 4’th December’18.

‘’A new video of Bulandshahr violence has emerged on Wednesday showing Sumit Kumar, the youth killed during the mob attack, among the stone pelters who clashed with police over reports of alleged cattle slaughter on Monday. The incident claimed two lives. In the clip, Sumit can be seen with the hostile mob, which attack the police. He was carrying a stone in his hand. It comes a day after the youth's family demanded that his name should be removed from an FIR filed by police in the case and a counter FIR be filed for his murder. Sumit was listed as accused number 16 in the second FIR in the case’’………Report’s ABP NEWS on 5’th Dec’18.

‘’The UP Chief Minister seems more worried about cow slaughter than the life of a policeman in his state. Yogi Adityanath has not uttered a word on inspector Subodh Singh, who was murdered by a mob in Bulandshahr. Have we normalised hate and violence?’’.........Report’s NDTV ON 5’th Dec’18.

‘’It breaks my heart to hear the government call my husband's murder an accident, said the wife of the senior police officer who was killed by a mob in Uttar Pradesh's Bulandshahr. "It's been 16 days and the main accused has still not been arrested. An SHO (station house officer) is killed on duty and they say he died of heart attack. "Evidence Being Destroyed". I feel very sad for the man who lost his life in the line of duty," Rajini Singh, wife of Subodh Kumar Singh, told NDTV.’’ On 18’th dec’18.

 

‘’Just over two weeks ago, on December 3, inspector Subodh Singh was killed by a mob in UP's Bulandshar. Some 400 people rampaged through a village after 25 cow carcasses were found in a nearby jungle. Inspector Subodh Singh died of gunshot wounds when he went there to control the violence. The main accused, Yogesh Raj, a local Bajrang Dal leader, is still missing but he has put out videos & posted on social medias proclaiming his innocence. The other main accused is Shikhar Agrawal, President of BJP's Yuva Morcha in Bulandshahr. He's also made videos on social media’s, but the police just can't seem to find them. For the police he priority was clear - from day one they said they needed to catch the cow killers, and they arrested four people. But now they say those four people were innocent and three fresh arrests have been made. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today said his government should be praised and he called this a political conspiracy after first calling the incident an accident’’…Report’s NDTV on 19’th Dec’2018.

More than 80 retired civil servants have written a strong open letter on the killing of Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh at Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh two weeks ago. The letter - signed by former foreign secretaries like Shyam Saran and Sujatha Singh and former National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon and other retired IAS, IFS and IPS officers - called for the resignation of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who they say, "openly flaunts his bigotry." 
"The mob violence in Bulandshahr, which led to the cold blooded murder of a police officer marks the most dangerous turn yet in the direction taken by the politics of hate in recent times," the former bureaucrats said in the letter.
Ripping into the state administration, the former top government officers said, "In UP, fundamental principles of governance, of constitutional ethics and of humane social conduct stand perverted. The Chief Minister acts as a high priest of the agenda of bigotry. Hooliganism and thuggery have been mainstreamed into governance. The murder of Subodh Kumar Singh was a deliberate attempt to display majoritarian muscle and send a message to the Muslim communities living in the region." 
Without sparing PM Modi, the letter goes on to say, "Our Prime Minister, who is so voluble in his election campaigns, maintains stony silence...Never before in recent history has the politics of hate, division and exclusion been so dominant and the poisonous ideology which informs it penetrated so deep into the body politic... Never before has hate been directed with such calculated intent against minority communities, hate which is nursed, aided and abetted by those in power...We demand the resignation of the Chief Minister."
The former bureaucrats reminded the "Chief Secretary, the Director General of Police, the Home Secretary and all other members of the higher civil services concerned, of their constitutional duty to fearlessly implement the Rule of Law."
Former Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran, who is one of the signatories to the letter, told NDTV, "All of us are people who deeply believe in the constitution... what marks this incident as being different from others of the same is the fact that you know a senior police officer has been killed because of these politics of hate and exclusion. Somebody who was really trying to uphold the law has been sacrificed in a very brazen manner in sense to this politics of hate. So all the people who are well meaning who are concerned about the future of this country, should wake up and acknowledge that we are actually at a very dangerous point in the country." 
Questioning PM Modi's silence on the Bulandshahr violence, he added, "Yes, I do not expect the PM to speak on each and every incident but is this like every other incident? Isn't this instance somewhat different from your run of the wheel incidents that have happened in the past - which by the way also should be taken notice of."……..Report’s NDTV on 19’th Dec’19.
‘’From Accident to Political Conspiracy: Yogi Adityanath’s Flip-Flop on Bulandshahr Violence’’……Report’s by news 18 on 20’th Dec’18
‘’Having first called the Bulandshahr violence that left a police officer and a local resident dead as “part of a big conspiracy”, and subsequently an “accident”, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday dubbed it a “political conspiracy” by “cowards” who now stand exposed.’’…….Reports Indian Express on 24’th Dec’18.
Investigation is carried on by the special investigation team's (SIT)…………........

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