Police tried to rehabilitate those who fled Kairana, says UP CM Yogi Adityanath

Yogi Adityanath said, “Jo Kairana kabhi bhay ka prateek hua karta tha, in jawano (police) ne us Kairana ko punah aabad karne ka prayas kiya hain.”

Written by AMIT SHARMA | Meerut | Updated: January 7, 2018 7:55 am
Settlements dominated by Vantangiyas to be declared revenue villages: UP CM Yogi Adityanath UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath. (Express Photo by Pradip Das/Files)

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said that under the BJP government, the police have tried to rehabilitate those who had fled from Kairana, which was once a “symbol of fear”.

In September 2016, a National Human Rights Commission report had stated that 250 Hindu families had migrated from Kairana out of fear from members of the minority community, validating the claim of local BJP MP Hukum Singh that a mass exodus of Hindus had been reported from the area over the years.

Addressing a large gathering on the premises of the government-run Moiddinpur Sugar Mill on the Dehli-Hardwar Highway, Adityanath said, “Jo Kairana kabhi bhay ka prateek hua karta tha, in jawano (police) ne us Kairana ko punah aabad karne ka prayas kiya hain.”

He further said that before the BJP came to power in the state, western UP districts were known as “safe havens” for criminal and communal elements, but the situation has changed now. “During the nine-month rule of my government so far, I have given the police a free hand to deal sternly with criminal elements and those posing a threat to national security.The police under the BJP government are operating without caste or communal bias. Earlier, their hands were tied. My government has given a guarantee for the security of nearly 22 crore residents of the state,” he added.

Adityanath said that directives have also been issued to law enforcers to take strictest possible action against those trying to harass women and girls. “In Duryodhano aur Dushasano ko police unki jagah pahuchaye,” said Adityanath.

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  1. harsh kumarf
    Jan 7, 2018 at 11:58 am
    let him enjoy this cheif ministership of UP ,,, people will get fed up of his lies and stu--pidity ,,, we all know the truth of kairana ,,, all this is done by him because he thinks the formula to win election and attain power is riling up hindu muslim riots ,, kill a few and spread as much as hate possible then no one asks about anything else ,, every thing is just about religion ,,,, even religion does'nt matter to them its just a tool for using the puppets as they like ,,,, but this thing will change in future ,,, i have never hated religion more than the time of this govt ,,, i mean religion which was meant to be private affair takes the centre stage in the election ,,, this is SHAMEFUL for a democracy ,,, ek bhagwa chola pehna hua insan cheif minister ban gaya ur kis wajah se sirf aur sirf hindutvawaadi atank failane ke karan ,,,
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    1. Ladu singh
      Jan 7, 2018 at 11:13 am
      Which 250 families ? Lots of reports suggest otherwise. That there was no mass migration. If there was ? what was the Police doing ? And has the Indian police any record of rehabilitation ? Yogi is the biggest liar ? Now that farmers have thrown potatoes at him let him explain how he is going to rehabilitate the farming sector in UP.
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      1. Vijai Kapoor
        Jan 7, 2018 at 11:52 am
        250 families are listed in nhrc report.
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        1. Ladu singh
          Jan 7, 2018 at 12:32 pm
          No there are not names. Please check your fact before you lie
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          1. Ladu singh
            Jan 7, 2018 at 1:52 pm
            Please send me the page number of the NHRC report which mention the distress migration of the 'Hindu" families? I have studied this incident closely. There was no migration at all. Here is a CM just lying. Give us one name at least?
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