Lucknow, May 19: The chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath on Friday in the state Assembly said that his government plans to deal softly with the state criminals. Seeing the rising crime in the state, the 21st CM of state assured in front of the assembly to apply brakes on to the criminal activities in UP. He clearly mentioned that criminals in the state will have no access to shelter.

“Injustice will not be tolerated for farmers, businessmen of the state and the innocent people,” stated Yogi Adityanath. He stresses on the fact that UP has no place for criminals and they will have to ponder about their future. He made these announcements today in the special session of UP Assembly and also said that those giving shelter to the criminals will not be spared either. The first day of the session witnessed ruckus as the Opposition hurled paper balls on the Governor complaining about the rising crime in the state.

Seeing the chaos in the Assembly, Noida MLA, and son of Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Pankaj Singh criticised the opposition for giving birth to such an act. The Samajwadi Party had given a prior declaration that they would attack the Bharatiya Janata Party-ruled government in the state over the rising crime and other matters. The SP leaders lashed out at  BJP saying the latter used to call them a ‘Gunda Raaj’ party and now they don’t have answers to what is happening in the state.

Yesterday, even the Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party questioned the 44-year-old chief minister over the rising crimes in the state. It said that the government in the state made bold statements about everything but it has not taken any significant steps when it comes to curbing crime.

The BSP said that the BJP government has not prepared an action plan while Adityanath has been repeatedly stressing on curbing crime since the day he became the CM of UP.