Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind hail UP CM
New Delhi, Mar 17: General secretary Jamiat Ulema-i- Hind Moulana Mahmood Madni on Sunday hailed Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav for his direction that district police and civil administration would be held accountable for communal clashes in their areas.
However Madni urged the chief minister to move beyond statements and frame laws to enact it. “To curb the communal elements in every departments of the administration, stringent law should be enacted. Otherwise it will not prove fruitful with desirous results,” party spokesman quoting Madni said in a statement. Madni said that party has been demanding the law to curb the communal elements in administration for a long time, “we have been attracting attention of all governments from time to time about this grave issue. But communal elements have penetrated in every department. Their murky role becomes visible during communal clashes. Keeping in view these things a stringent law is need of the hour,” he said.
Madni said his observation and experience reveals that communal clashes could have never took place if police and civil administration was interested in curbing them.
While appealing the CM to sped up the process for enacting law, Madni said that it will set example for other state governments to follow and will be a step towards peace.
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