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Former state president of Congress Ajay Kumar Lallu, who reached Azamgarh, targeted the Yogi government of the state, got the government from copying mafia.
Former state president of Congress Ajay Kumar Lallu, who came to meet the journalists of Ballia lodged in Azamgarh jail, was not allowed by the jail administration. Angered by this, former state president of Congress Ajay Kumar Lallu targeted the Yogi government of the state and said that this government is scared and doing dictatorship. Wants to suppress the voice of the people. Media is the fourth pillar of democracy. The video of the UP Board exam question paper in Ballia went viral, but the government did not take cognizance. By publishing this information about the future of the youth of the country should not be spoiled and informed the people of UP. The former state president says that this government is sitting in alliance with the copying mafia. After the nexus was exposed, the youth had to apologize.
Administration should have apologized
Former Congress state Ajay Kumar says that the administration and the government should have apologized for considering it a mistake. Which democracy is this, there has been an undeclared emergency like situation. The former state president says that as part of the process, wanted to meet by numbering, but the jail superintendent says that you cannot meet. Ajay Kumar Lallu said that where there is oppression, injustice and atrocities, permission will have to be taken from the government to meet them. There is a big question on the performance of the government. Will meet the family members, will fight, till the release is not done, the fight will continue.
Couldn’t gain public trust
Former state president of Congress Ajay Kumar Lallu said for the disappointing defeat of Congress in the state that the order of the people is acceptable. He took to the streets with basic questions, took to the streets with the issue of farmers, youth. More than 20 thousand people went to jail, somewhere we could not gain public trust. Ajay Kumar Lallu says that we will not sit silent, will continue to fight for justice, future of youth.