Congress condemns Centre over gau rakshak mobs, says 'law and order has gone for a toss under BJP rule'

Faridabad: It is the primal duty of an elected government to eliminate fascist forces for the progress of a society, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said on Saturday.

"The law and order has gone for a toss under the three years of BJP rule at the Centre. There has been a marked increase in the number of rape, murder, loot and lynching incidents," he told reporters here.

File image of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi. AFP

File image of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi. AFP

Surjewala visited the kin of 17-year-old Junaid who was killed by a mob on board a Mathura-bound train recently.

He called for justice to the family of Junaid and said strict action should be taken against the culprits so that such a "dastardly act" was never repeated.

Other Congress leaders also accompanied Surjewala.

Junaid was stabbed to death while his brothers — Hashim and Sakir — were injured by a mob which also allegedly hurled communal slurs against them on board the Delhi-Mathura passenger train between Ballabgarh and Mathura stations.


Updated Date: Jul 02, 2017 20:25 PM

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