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RLD chief accuses Samajwadi Party of spreading communal tension in UP
Speaking over the Muzaffarnagar violence, Civil Aviation Minister and RLD leader Ajit Singh on Thursday accused the ruling Samajwadi Party of spreading communal tension and violence for the sake of polarizing its vote banks.

Speaking to media-persons in New Delhi, he said that SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav is trying to make everything a Hindu-Muslim issue.

Ajit Singh said, “Mulayam is trying to make every incident a Hindu-Muslim thing, like the Noida thing, it was a Maffia thing, but he made it Hindu-Muslim. Like VHP (Vishwa Hindu Parishad) Parikrama, VHP is no more standing in UP today. Hindu-Muslim issue is not their, they all are waiting for the court judgment on the Ayodhya issue and they are ready to accept the court's judgment.”

He also added, “As the government has failed on all issues, their is total collapse of law and order and that's one of the reasons for these things also. Lot of anti-social elements are taking advantage of this conflict. BJP is taking advantage of it and as their is no other issue left for the election, Mulayam is projecting this issue,” reported ANI.

Singh claimed that las and order situation in Uttart Pradesh has collapsed.  He said that there is no development work taking place in the state and the government has to give 2800 crores in sugarcane supply to the farmers.

Ajit Singh alleged that to cover up all these issues Mulayam Singh is trying to create a Hindu-Muslim issue and is trying to become Modi in UP.

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