Bahraich, Jun 14 : Union minister Shripad Naik today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keeping an eye on the incident of ‘migration’ of majority community from Kairana and a three-member team of Union ministers will be sent there for an on-the-spot assessment of the situation. “The prime minister is keeping an eye on the Kairana incident. (ALSO READ: Growing Indo-US relationship facilitated by Narendra Modi-Barack Obama chemistry: Organiser ) Also Read - Bihar Polls: Rahul Gandhi Accuses PM Modi of Not Talking About Problems Like Unemployment Faced by Our Country

A three-member team of Union ministers will soon go there to make an on-the-spot assessment of the situation,” Naik, here for a day-long tour, told newspersons. Terming the incidents at Kairana and Mathura as serious, he said they prove that law-and-order situation in Uttar Pradesh is dismal. He said monetary help extended by the state government to the families of the two policemen who lost their lives in Mathura was an eyewash. Also Read - Save Bihar From 'Jungle Raj': PM Modi Slams Lalu's RJD at Darbhanga Rally

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