Bulandshahr Violence: With bullying violence in the Bulandshahr, the Hindus alliance partners, the Bharatiya Janata Party may have to face heat from its allies in Uttar Pradesh. The first sign of a possible political crisis is to answer that one of the most important partners of the Adityanath Government is O.P. Rajabar responded to this incident.
Bulandshahr Violence: BJP faces the heat ally questions its role
Bulandshahr, a city in western Uttar Pradesh, attacked a mob led by Hindutva activists in the case of alleged cow slaughter. In the incident, a police officer was killed and many were injured. The crowd organized a highway hostage, even if it opposed to polishing its firearms. Bulandshahr, a town in the western Uttar Pradesh’s sugarcane belt, witnessed clashes between Hindutva activists and the state police on December 3.
The activists allegedly found carcasses of cows strewn across farms in Madhav village near Bulandshahr. The conflict began as a mere clash at 11 o’clock when the workers took the remains of the related cow to the police sub-station near Chingravati village. They wanted that the police file a FIR against the alleged cow slaughter
The first sign of a possible political crisis is to answer that one of the most important partners of the Adityanath government is O.P. Rajabar replied to this incident