Rijju also stated that the state government will get any help from the Centre if they ask for it.With the mass migration of Hindu families from Kairana in western Uttar Pradesh grabbing the nation’s attention, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs on Monday said it’s unfortunate that people are forced to leave their village in their own country, adding that the state government should take the responsibility.
“If people have to leave their village in their own country, then the state government should take the responsibility. If the state government seeks any help from us, we will definitely provide them,” said Kiren Rijiju, Minister of State for Home.
“The Uttar Pradesh government should take a note of the deteriorating law and order situation and comprehend over it. Hooliganism, hostility and looting, land-related problems etc are rampant in the state, which is adding to people’s resentment against the government. The law and order situation has deteriorated to a greater extent and the government must ponder on it. For the development of the state, the government needs to ensure people’s safety, which is not happening in Uttar Pradesh,” he said, while replying to a question on deteriorating law and order problem in the state.