Mayawati, Akhileshâ€™s verbal war over law and order situation in UP
| Wednesday, Mar 14 2012 10:49AM IST
Lucknow: The UP assembly elections result are already out and it has been declared that Akilesh Yadav of Samajwadi Part will take the regime in Uttar Pradesh, on the other hand the outgoing chief minister Mayawati has been keep on saying that law and order situation in the state is deterioriating since the UP assembly election results were declared in support of the Samajwadi Party (SP). It seems the word-war has between the CM designate Akhilesh Yadav and the outgoing CM Mayawati is prolonging over the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh, reportedly, on Tuesday Mayawati filed her nomination papers for election to the Rajya Sabha, after filing the nomination and while talking to sources, she said the law and order situation in the state is getting worsen since the assembly election results were declared in support of SP.On the other hand, CM designate Akhilesh Yadav instantly replied to her digs, 'Why is Mayawati running away to Delhi?"Adding further he said, "She should have stayed back in UP and faced the new governmentâ€™, as per the reports.According to the reports, the CM designate Akhilesh Yadav also said, â€œIf she wants to raise the issue of law and order, she should have remained an MLC and done it in the House (Legislative Council)."Earlier, the outgoing chief minister Mayawati while submitting her resignation after the Samajwadi Party (SP) had been voted back to power in Uttar Pradesh, soon after giving her resignation Mayawati said that the state likely to see a wield of â€˜hooliganismâ€™. According to the reporters, earlier, indicating towards violence which occurred in Jhansi, Firozabad and Sambhal where SP workers indulged in violence recently, the outgoing chief minister Mayawati stated the state will very soon would remember "her good governance" and will likely regret the decision which they took in favour of the Samajwadi Party(SP).Prior, adding further the BSP Supremo said that the current violence has hinted the coming of "SP cultureâ€ in the state, as per the reports.