Bhim Military chief Chandrashekher Azad on Friday hit out at Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath over his allegation that some teams had acquired funds to set off caste violence within the state within the backdrop of the Hathras incident.
He challenged the chief minister to order an inquiry into the matter. He claimed he would go away politics even when Rs 1 lakh was recovered from him, in any other case, the chief minister ought to resign, he mentioned.
Chandrashekhar had posted this problem by means of a tweet, wherein he mentioned he was devoted to his neighborhood and the (neighborhood) bore his bills.
“ I problem Yogi Adityanathji to institute any sort of probe. Overlook Rs 100 crore, even when Rs one lakh is present in my possession, I’ll stop politics, in any other case you (Yogi) ought to stop your submit. My life is devoted to my dignity. My bills are borne by my neighborhood,” he tweeted.
He additionally alleged that a name for justice is equated with ‘worldwide conspiracy’ in Uttar Pradesh.
Chandrashekhar and his Bhim Military got here below hearth after allegations that some teams acquired funds to the tune of Rs 100 crore to set off caste violence.
In the meantime, the enforcement directorate has clarified about not discovering any hyperlink between Bhim Military and Widespread Entrance of India.
Chandrashekhar and his Bhim Military have been elevating the Hathras concern vocally. They’ve accused the Yogi authorities of attempting to divert consideration by means of allegations of an ‘worldwide conspiracy’ to foment caste violence.