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Amar Singh sees plot to impose Central rule

Friday 29 December 2006

Citing `deterioration’ in law and order

Varanasi: The Central Government has hatched a `conspiracy’ to impose President’s rule in Uttar Pradesh by January 10, Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh alleged on Thursday.

"The Centre may impose President’s rule in U.P. by January 10 on the pretext of deterioration of law and order," he told reporters here.

He claimed that his sources have confided to him about the plot.

`Tacit understanding’

Earlier, addressing a training camp for party activists at Faizabad, Mr. Singh alleged that there appeared to be a tacit understanding among the former Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and BSP president Mayawati on dislodging the Mulayam Singh Government.

Criticising the Congress and other Opposition parties for attacking the SP-led Government on the law and order front, Mr. Singh said Uttar Pradesh figured at the 28th position among States with regard to crime rate.

The law and order situation in the State was far better than the Congress-ruled States, he claimed.

On the Meerut lecturer Kavita Rani’s murder case, in which the names of three Ministers of the coalition partners have surfaced for their alleged involvement, he said the law would take its course. - PTI

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