Congress says, “PM Modi behaves like Tughlaq, Yogi Adityanath like Aurangzeb” - TNBCLive

On Friday, Congress has attacked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath over his Hindu Yuva Vahini’s announcement of Rs. 1 crore bounty on Punjab Congress’ Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu’s head, accused that the UP Chief Minister behaves like “Aurangzeb”, and questioned whether a “Talibani System” will be prevailed in India.

The Hindu Yuva Vahini is an outfit, which was founded by CM Adityanath, reportedly declared rewards of Rs. 1 crore to anyone, who beheaded Mr. Sidhu.

A spokesman of Congress Chief, Randeep Surjewala has responded to a question has said that “Is democracy left in this country, or he (Adityanath) has now become the biggest Aurangzeb. Modi-Ji behaves like Muhammad bin Tughlaq and Adityanath-Ji behaves like Aurangzeb.”

He continued, “So, will there be rule of law in this country, will the Constitution govern the country, or will there be open hooliganism, which we saw in Uttar Pradesh?” he added.

Hits back at BJP over the Bulandshahr mob violence, Mr. Surjewala said that Police Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh was shot dead directly at his head and BJP leaders have been named among the alleged men, but they did not care about it.

He further asked, “Now, the reward is kept for cutting off people’s head. The question is what will this Talibani system run in the country, which BJP wants to implement, or democracy.”

Mr. Surjewala said, “Adityanath Ji enjoying ‘Kabaddi’ matches as Subodh Kumar Singh was being shot dead. Why was he on a ‘chunavi bhrama’ (poll campaign trip) from one state to the other.”

He further slammed the CM Adityanath of summoning the Policeman’s family to meet him instead of going to their houses.

“In certain parts of our country, the family members do not leave the house until the final conclusion of the rituals which are considered pious in our religion… Adityanath ji should have known that he violated that also and summoned the family like Aurangzeb to his residence,” he added.

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