New Delhi, Sept 17 (ANI): Depicting grief over the rape of a minor in Sitapur district of Uttar Pradesh, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Siddharth Nath Singh on Thursday alleged that Samajwadi Party (SP) has crossed all the lines of a ‘jungle raj’ and its government in the state should step down on moral grounds.
“Uttar Pradesh has become worse than a ‘jungle raj’. Samajwadi party was known for ‘Gunda raj'(rule of the goons) now they have crossed the limit of a ‘jungle raj’ there is no law and order there and the worse is the victims of the rape victims are being hounded,” Singh told ANI.
“The CM has no control over the law and order there except he comes with a broad smile as if he is trying to mock the rape victim and the family member. It’s pathetic. Mr Akhilesh Yadav and Samajwadi Government should be ashamed of themselves,” he added.
Singh further added that it’s a very sad affair that is to be seen in Uttar Pradesh so, no apology should be accepted from the Akhilesh government, what needs to be done is that Mr. Akhilesh Yadav should step down on moral ground.
Sitapur rape victim and her family have locked themselves in their house on alleged life threats given to them by the accused and his family. The victim’s family has locked themselves from the past nine days and has not met anyone during the course.
The victim claims to have been raped by three men while she accompanied her sister-in-law for morning rituals.(ANI)