BJP on Wednesday dubbed the wrangling within the ruling Yadav clan in Uttar Pradesh a "high-voltage family drama" to deflect the attention of the people and media from the Samajwadi Party government's "all-round failure".
BJP on Sunday hit out at BSP supremo Mayawati over her attacks on party chief Amit Shah, saying she was making illogical comments as she could sense defeat for her party in Assembly polls scheduled next year.
Attacking the ruling Samajwadi Party, BJP President Amit Shah on Monday said the state government with "three-and-a-half chief ministers" has "failed" to maintain law and order and referred to Kairana claiming such incidents were happening across Uttar Pradesh.
Yadav said that since the UP govt had constituted a Judicial Commission to probe the Mathura clashes, there was no room for a CBI investigation.
UP CM Akhilesh Yadav rejected demands for CBI probe into the Mathura violence in which 29 people, including an SP and an SHO, were killed.
A day after the BJP raked up the Mathura violence to flay his government, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said the opposition party was homing in on such incidents since it had "no real issue" to focus on before the 2017 assembly elections.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Monday admitted there had been lapses in evicting squatters from Jawaharbagh.
BJP ridiculed BSP supremo Mayawati for demanding a CBI probe into the Mathura clashes while casting aspersions on the working of the investigation agency.
The BJP said that the intelligence on Mathura violence has exposed Akhilesh Yadav's claim that no one knew about the explosives inside the park.
A PIL was on Thursday filed in the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court, seeking a CBI inquiry into the Mathura violence.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said the Centre was ready for a CBI probe into the Mathura violence that claimed 29 lives, provided the Uttar Pradesh government demands it.
Family members of Superintendent Police (city) Mukul Dwivedi, who was killed in the Mathura violence last week, on Wednesday demanded trial of the district magistrate and the district police chief for his "murder" and for allegedly "mishandling" the whole situation.
Bowing to opposition demand, Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday ordered judicial probe into last week's Mathura violence in which 29 people, including two police officers, were killed.
The UP govt is creating roadblocks for execution of several welfare schemes initiated by the Centre, the reason why the benefits are not reaching the intended beneficiaries in the state, BJP president Amit Shah said at a media briefing in Lucknow on Tuesday.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to order a CBI probe into the recent violence in Mathura that left 29 people, including two policemen dead, saying it was for the state government to decide.
Days after the Uttar Pradesh police clashed with the members of Azad Bharat Vidhik Vaicharik Kranti Satyagrahi (ABVVKS) at Jawahar Bagh, the state government on Tuesday submitted a two-page report detailing the sequence of events that led to the death of about 30 people.
Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to entertain a plea seeking a CBI probe into the violence at Mathura in which 29 people
BJP trashed the Uttar Pradesh government's decision to transfer the district magistrate and Senior Superintendent of Police of Mathura in the wake of Jawahar Bagh violence as an "eyewash"