Politics in case of misbehavior, Akhilesh Yadav asked questions to Yogi govt?

Now politics has started in the case of misbehavior with a female officer in Basti located in Uttar Pradesh. On

one hand, the woman officer alleges that the police is not listening to her and has appealed to Chief Minister

Yogi Adityanath for justice, while on the other hand, Samajwadi party national president Akhilesh Yadav

posted this matter on the social media site X. While posting the video of the victimized female officer, he has

raised questions on the yogi government. The SP leader wrote - In Uttar Pradesh, when a PCS woman officer is

talking through a video about another officer entering her house and posing a threat to her identity and life, but

it took several days to file her FIR, then bjp The government should tell why it is pretending to praise Nari

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Police had given information

He said that this is a very serious matter because for the general public, administrative officers are the data-face of

the government. If those officers themselves become insecure and suffer, then the public will also lose the trust

they had in the government. Samajwadi party stands in support of all loyal officers and demands immediate

punitive-decisive action.

Keshav Dev Maurya, leader of SP's ally Mahan Dal, has also reacted on the same issue. He reposted Akhilesh's

post and wrote - Beti Padhao, Beti Bachao..it is an election scam for BJP..just like black money and Rs 15 lakh

were scams.! In this case, Additional Superintendent of police (ASP) Deependra Nath Chaudhary had recently

said that the victim has accused one of her colleagues of assault and attempting to rape her. He had told that on

the basis of the complaint, IPC sections 376 (rape), 307 (attempt to murder), 452 (causing hurt by entering the

house without permission), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (breach of peace) were registered against the

Naib Tehsildar. A case has been registered under sections 354 (outraging the modesty of a woman by use of

force) and 511 (punishment for attempting to commit an offense punishable with life imprisonment).

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