Mulayam accuses UP government of overlooking SC directive

Last Updated: Thursday, September 10, 2009 - 15:35

Lucknow: Accusing the Uttar Pradesh
government of "overlooking" the directives of Supreme Court,
Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh on Thursday said the apex
court should declare the government as "unconstitutional".

The state government had on Tuesday agreed to stop the
construction of memorials in the state till the apex court
decides on the matter.

"The BSP government is taking the SC order on parks
and memorials for a ride. The apex court should interfere and
declare this government as unconstitutional," Yadav demanded
while talking to the news persons here.

"Despite SC directives to stop construction work, the
government is going ahead with the work," he alleged.

He said the bureaucracy was also not adhering to the
SC orders.

Citing example of Lucknow district jail he alleged
that the government was grabbing public land for private
projects.

"Once SP regain power in the state all these
constructions will be razed," the SP supremo said.

Mulayam said his party will launch a five-day
agitation from tomorrow against the "wrong doings" of the
state government.

He appealed the party leaders and workers to
participate in the agitation actively and in large numbers.

Bureau Report



First Published: Thursday, September 10, 2009 - 15:35

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