UP deputy CM fumes at SP leader over threat to beat cop with shoes


Ahead of the by-poll to the Ghosi Assembly phase on September 5, SP candidate Sudhakar Singh mentioned he would beat the Zafarpur police chowki in-charge with shoes. Speaking to the  on Sunday, the deputy CM mentioned SP leaders had stooped to such lows that they had been now resorting to issuing such open threats.

“The Samajwadi Party fears losing the Ghosi Assembly bypoll. They have stooped to such lows that they are resorting to making threats of causing physical harm to our police officers. Anarchism and hooliganism are in their DNA. This is precisely what we have been conveying to the citizens through the media time and again. As an FIR has already been registered in connection with the threat, we will take up the matter with the Election Commission, requesting a proper investigation and strict action,” Pathak added.

The deputy CM mentioned, “The FIR, too, states that the SP candidate said he would beat up the in-charge of the police outpost concerned with shoes.” “There is no place for such statements in a democracy,” Pathak added.
On ‘One Nation, One Election, the senior BJP leader mentioned, “One Nation, One Election is a great initiative, as it will go a long way to reducing the expenses that governments have to incur during elections.”

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