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803 rape cases and 729 incidents of murder registered in 2 months in yogi govt: UP

In the first two months of the Yogi Sarkar, 803 rape cases and 729 incidents of murder took place

Uttar Pradesh Government said in the House between March 15 and May 9, 799 cases of robbery, 2682 of kidnapping and 60 cases of robbery took place in the state.

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh's Yogi Adityanath Sarkar said in the assembly on Tuesday that in the initial two months of its formation, 803 rape cases and 729 incidents of murder took place in the state.

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Khanna said during the Question Hour during the Question Hour that between this year from March 15 to May 9, 729 cases of rape, 803 rapes, 799 robberies, 2682 of kidnapping and 60 cases of robbery took place.

Speaker Shailendra Yadav, who raised this issue, wanted to know about the criminal cases during the period of the government and the steps taken to stop them.

The minister said that action has been taken in 67.16 percent of the cases of murder, whereas in cases of rape 71.12 percent, 52.23 percent in cases of kidnapping, 67.05 percent in cases of robbery and 81.88 percent in cases of robbery.

He said, apart from these cases, the National Security Act has been violated against the three accused. In the cases of gangster act 126 people have been taken against 131 people in the cases of gang and act.

SP member Parasnath Yadav asked during the same period to tell the comparative figures of crime during the previous years, but those figures were not immediately available to the minister.

Explaining the reason behind these figures of the crime, the Parliamentary Affairs Minister said, "Our government is committed to preventing crime and strict action will be taken against those who break the law." Trial was not registered during the previous government Our government is lodging a lawsuit even in small cases.

In the House, SP and Opposition leader Ram Govind Chaudhary, expressing dissatisfaction with the government's response, alleged that the government has failed on the law and order front. With this, members of SP went out of the House.

Congress Legislature Party leader Ajay Kumar Lallu wanted to ask a question, but his voice could not be heard between the noise.

Later, he said, the voice of the opposition can not be suppressed on the strength of the majority. After this Congress members also went out of the house.

Source: TheWire

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