Yogi Adityanath on cow protection: No one should take law into their hands

Adityanath said, "I feel the government is doing its work and no one should take law in their hand... We want to assure that there would be no action against any innocent person but the state government will not spare any criminal or mafia."

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published:July 2, 2017 2:09 pm
lynching, lynch mobs, cow protection, Yogi Adityanath, gau rakshaks Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (Source: File/PTI Photo)

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said people should not take the law into their hands in the name of cow protection. Warning those who defy the law, the CM said his government will not spare anyone involved in criminal activities.

In a recent interview with Zee News channel, Adityanath said, “I feel the government is doing its work and no one should take law in their hand… We want to assure that there would be no action against any innocent person but the state government will not spare any criminal or mafia.”

On the shutdown of illegal slaughter houses, the CM said his government has only followed the directions laid down by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) and the Supreme Court (SC) and had not been touched the ones which met the norms.

Yogi Adityanath, who recently completed 100 days in office, also spoke on several issues including the triple talaq and Ayodhya dispute.

In his reply to a question on triple talaq, Yogi Adityanth said it would be better if the Muslim community itself finds a solution to the issue. “Triple talaq is a social problem. It would have been better if the Muslim community itself finds a solution. I am happy that Muslim women themselves have come forward. We have created a cell and said that their dignity should be protected and also their self reliance”, Adityanath said.

On the Ayodhya dispute, Yogi suggested that the parties involved in the Ayodhya dispute should try and revolve it.

“(Ayodhya) matter is pending before the Supreme Court. The Chief Justice of India gave some good suggestions. State government is not a party before the top court. I had gone to Ayodhya and said that both sides together should come to some decision… whatever cooperation is required at state level, we will provide,” he said.

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    Mansoor Shanif
    Jul 2, 2017 at 5:38 pm
    State sponsored terrorism are seen in all BJP ruled states..RSS ISIS on same track
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      Preeti Rathaur
      Jul 2, 2017 at 5:19 pm
      Law and order has deteriorated during Yogi raj. Hudutva volentters do not care of law as they have tacit support of BJP leaders. There is shortage of police force. Most of the force in assigned the job of checking cow slaughter and romeo squads. Protection of human life and property is the secondary duty.
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        Rampur ka ghendah
        Jul 2, 2017 at 5:00 pm
        This Yogi bear dude is smoking too much ganja and hindu kush. Now he is giving orders to cut down trees. Zamanna ajeeb hai.
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          Mohib
          Jul 2, 2017 at 4:34 pm
          No one should take law into their hands except Chaddi Gaurakhshaks: Yogi
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            module
            Jul 2, 2017 at 4:19 pm
            Even Lord Shiva or Lord Narayan never punished anyone for cow. Thousand years gone, no one raised this issue. Now, who is this Yogi, BJP, RSS, can ask, punish or wants to teach us. we know more about Hinduism than Modi, Yogi, BJP. Do not play with religion or emotions. Modi or Yogi never has cow at their home or neither doing any seva for animals !!! Increased price Rs 4.00 per liter is a solution?? only Stupid voters must have voted for Yogi, more troubles yet to come.
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              Indian Soul
              Jul 2, 2017 at 3:51 pm
              Apna pravachan apne pas rakho. Aise logo ke liye kya saja doge yeh batao. Law and order ke nam pe sarkar mey aye. Ab toh aur ziyada law and order ki samasya aur badh gayi hy. Lajjaspat...ati lajjaspat
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                Michelle:Vedic:human
                Jul 2, 2017 at 4:27 pm
                Did you ever asked SONIA GUNDi during CONGIE rule,---what the SaJA was when MULLASS and VETI-c-u-n-ts were brutally killing Hindus in Hindu land,---you a-s-S ho-le and how about converting innocent Hindu girls???,---you SOB,--- all non Hindus of foreign decendants must be your first cousins,---Jai hind.
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                sam
                Jul 2, 2017 at 3:38 pm
                yogi has given orders to cut all fig trees in line of char dham yatra gangotri - as he considers them unholy - what a criminal moronic fascist mindset fooling people -
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                  Shafaqat Gillani
                  Jul 2, 2017 at 3:37 pm
                  Using media to vigilantes to love jihad to ghar wapsi will not work to drive away 20 crore Muslims from their country. And, isn't it too late now to think why so many Muslims have to stay here after par ion? It is now the turn of Muslims of India to decide how to fight against the nefarious designs of ultra right n without any violence demand their right to life n protection ( they r citizens of India since centuries) Muslim leadership has to come to the forefront and evolve dialogue over the current turmoil n ways to come out of it peacefully n amicably.... ..........
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