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No law and order in state: Congress over IAS officer’s murder

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Source: Vishwagujrat

On Friday, the Congress Party alleged that the death of Karnataka-cadre IAS officer Anurag Tiwari was a case of murder in a “VVIP” area. Slamming the state government over the situation of law and order within the state.

Taking a jibe at UP government for having blamed the Congress party for the death of the IAS, Congress leader Pramod Tiwari said the law and order situation in Karnataka is so good that they (killer) couldn’t kill him there and had to come to UP.

“It is definitely an incident which will make people believe that there is no law and order situation in the state. People have lost its faith in this government,” he added.

Additionally, in the same context, another leader Ajay Kumar said the Uttar Pradesh Government has failed to make even one promise made by them during the poll campaign. Kumar said the death of the IAS officer (Anurag Tiwari) exposed the real status of the law in the state.

“The UP government who talked about ending Gundaraj, they talked about ending crimes. But if we see today, the UP government has totally failed in its promises. And they are running away from the question of the opposition. Crimes have in fact increased in the state,” he said the media.

Notably, a Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been set up on Thursday to investigate the death of IAS officer Anurag Tiwari.

Tiwari was found dead outside Meera Bai VIP guest house in Hazratganj area of Lucknow on Wednesday morning. A native of Bahraich district, Tiwari was posted as food and civil supplies commissioner in Bengaluru at present. He died on his visit to UP for some personal work.