Lucknow: High court docket summons DM, CP for placing up posters of miscreants, Priyanka attacked authorities

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Lucknow. The Lucknow Police has not too long ago put up posters of 53 miscreants recognized in the course of the violent protests within the Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act prior to now. After which the Allahabad High Court has summoned the DM and Police Commissioner of Lucknow. The court docket requested beneath which guidelines these pictures had been positioned. Please inform that the Chief Justice of the High Court Govind Mathur has taken suo motu cognizance of this case.

Let me let you know that the opposition events had additionally raised questions on this matter, now the court docket has additionally taken it into consideration and on Sunday the matter shall be heard in Allahabad High Court. Let me let you know that in December violent incidents in opposition to citizenship regulation in Lucknow, the miscreants had broken authorities establishments. <! –

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                 Due to this, posters of 53 accused who had been vandalized and arson had been put as much as make up for the loss. The administration has put in 100 hoardings at main intersections of Lucknow. Along with this, the district administration has additionally warned that if restoration cash shouldn’t be paid throughout the stipulated time, then the motion shall be on attachment.

At the identical time, after the strict remarks of the High Court, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi has additionally attacked the Yogi authorities of Uttar Pradesh. He tweeted, tweeting the picture of the poster, writing that the perspective of the BJP authorities of UP is such that the top of the federal government and the officers following his footsteps have began considering themselves above the structure made by Babasaheb Ambedkar. The High Court has informed the federal government that you’re not above the Constitution, your accountability shall be fastened.

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