Dadri lynching: Azam Khan should tried for treachery, says BJP

Demanding dismissal of senior Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan, BJP on Tuesday said that he should be tried for treachery for taking the Dadri issue to the UN and tarnishing the image of the country at the global level.

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Dadri lynching: Azam Khan should tried for treachery, says BJP

Bareilly: Demanding dismissal of senior Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan, BJP on Tuesday said that he should be tried for treachery for taking the Dadri issue to the UN and tarnishing the image of the country at the global level.

"Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav should dismiss Azam Khan from his ministry... case of treachery should be lodged against him for damaging the image of the country by writing to the United Nations on the Dadri issue," state BJP spokesman Chandra Mohan said.

Dadri lynching Azam Khan should tried for treachery says BJP

Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan in a file photo. Ibnlive

"One minister has been given a free hand to issue inflammatory statements...he himself states that there is a plan to make India a Hindu state and is writing to the United Nations to befool the people... this is politics for votes and such a drama to divide the country should be immediately stopped," he said.

When asked as to why the central government was not banning beef, he said that let the state government send a proposal in this regard.

PTI

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