Lucknow. Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yad and said that the killing of eight policemen in Kanpur is a witness to the fact that the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath 's choking policy has proved to be a complete failure. Yadav demanded that the last years phone records (CDRs) of the notorious criminal Vikas Dubey killed should be removed and made public. Yadav said in an exclusive interview to PTI that it has now become necessary to break the nexus between the leaders of police and political parties and find out who helped Dubey and who benefited from it. It is noteworthy that Vikas Dubey was killed on July 10 in the police station.
Yadav said that the policy of Yogi ji has proved to be a failure, if this policy was successful, then there would be fear of criminals and encounter of eight policemen in Kanpur. I would not have died. Exempting the police is fine, but it also requires effective monitoring from top to bottom from time to time. Dubey encounters being killed. Quoting, he said, If we say it is fake then they will say that we are saving a criminal. If there is an impartial inquiry into the matter, then the truth will be revealed. He completely denied the allegations that Dubey was in the Samajwadi Party and his wife was given a party ticket in the panchayat elections. The former chief minister said that the BJP pressured Dubey's mother to name the Samajwadi Party. As far as giving SP ticket to Dubey's wife is concerned, it is not true. Our party supported Sudha Yadav in the Panchayat elections. He alleged that the government got Dubey killed for fear of opening many secrets. The SP president also attacked the BJP government for not stopping the Corona infection. He said that UP will break all records if the government stops manipulating the data. And because of UP, India will break the world record. The situation is completely out of control. Corona infection
Talking about the future of Samajwadi Party, the party chief said that it has been decided that tickets will be given to those whose image is good among the public. There is no place in the party for tainted people. He said that there will be no alliance with any big party in the 2022 elections, only small parties can be aligned. Sharing the experiences of his former alliances, Yadav said that yes we will lose elections in 2014, 2017 and 2019. We gained a lot of experience from this and our party will return once again in the upcoming 2022 assembly elections and will win 351 out of 403 seats. He welcomed Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to be active in the state and said that all parties should raise their voice against this government.