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No one dares scare away anyone from Kairana: CM

MUZAFFARNAGAR: Barely months clear of the 2019 General Elections, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath raked up the Kairana exodus factor during his speech within the state assembly on Monday. Later within the night time, he also tweeted, “Today no one dares scare away somebody from Kairana and Kandhla. The government has made up our minds to put in a PAC corporate between Kairana and Kandhla.”
The CM’s remarks got here almost two years after the then BJP MP Hukum Singh had alleged that worry of Muslim criminals was riding Hindus out his constituency -- Kairana. Singh’s allegation, made within the run up to UP assembly elections held between February and March, 2017, changed into a major poll factor. However, in May 2018 bypolls necessitated by the death of Hukum Singh, UP were given its first Muslim MP in Tabassum Hasan who beat, paradoxically, Mriganka Singh -- the daughter of the man who raised the exodus factor.

Giving main points of the PAC camp in Kairana, Shamli superintendent of police Ajay Kumar said, “To construct the PAC camp, 75-acre land has been recognized. A firing vary may also be built within the house.” The SP added that a thousand PAC staff will likely be deployed within the region to help deal with law and order each time required.

In June 2016, then Kairana MP Hukum Singh had kicked up a political hurricane after he produced an inventory of 250 Hindu families who had allegedly migrated out of Kairana on account of “drive from the opposite community”. An afternoon later, Singh, alternatively, modified his narrative and attributed the reason for “exodus” to deteriorating law and order scenario. The BJP accused the Samajwadi Party of pursuing minorities appeasement insurance policies and the issue was a promise within the BJP’s election manifesto for the 2017 UP assembly polls. The BJP leaders pledged to “determine rule of law again in Kairana”.

Later, a crew of the National Human Right Commission also visited the world and ready a record at the factor claiming that exodus were certainly a reality.

In February 2018, BJP MP Hukum Singh died after a long illness and bypoll was held in Kairana in May 2018. Rashtriya Lok Dal candidate Tabassum Hasan, who was supported by each SP and BSP, defeated Hukum Singh’s daughter Mriganka Singh within the bypoll.

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