Muslim organisations want dismissal of SP Govt. in U.P.
According to various news reports, Samajwadi Party and BJP are blaming each other for Muzaffarnagar riots. Meanwhile various Muslim groups like like Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind (JUH), All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB etc. have demanded the dismissal of Samajwadi Party's (SP) government saying that it failed to stop riots in the state.
While Nitin Gadkari
of BJP has asked the President to dismiss the Government of Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh
for its failure to maintain communal harmony, the SP leaders are stating that BJP is trying to communalise the situation in U.P.
Meanwhile the SP Govt. has booked four BJP MLAs and one former Congress MP for inciting people to indulge in communal riots. According to latest information around 38 people have been killed in the riots. There were some reports that the Army was fired upon by rioters, which amounts to mutiny.
Meanwhile, Muslim leaders of various hues want that the Govt. of Samajwadi Party should be dismissed. They state that SP and BJP have joined hands to create communal tension in U.P. with a view to an eye on 2014 General Elections, as reported by Times of India.
It is first time in the history of India that the Samajwadi Party which is known to be a pro-Muslim party, has been called "communal" by the various Muslim organisations.