UP: ‘Crowd’ fight between Corona comes to a head, says Swami Prasad Maurya
– The SP gave it the name of a virtual rally but there were flags of social distance and there was no compliance with the Corona protocol.
New delhi date. Saturday, January 15, 2022
Swami Prasad Maurya’s statement came after a case was filed against Samajwadi Party workers for violating Korona protocol. In fact, a crowd of leaders and activists had gathered at the Samajwadi Party office in Lucknow. A case has since been filed against the crowd at the office for violating Koro’s rules.
Now Swami Prasad Maurya said that first of all a case should be filed against Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. As the Chief Minister was mingling with thousands of people in Gorakhpur on Friday, a case should be filed against him first. The Chief Minister is violating the rules of the code of conduct. The Chief Minister should be prosecuted for publicly messing with thousands of people.
What is the whole case?
The Election Commission has banned rallies following the escalation in Corona’s case. The ban is set to take effect on January 15. But on Friday, a huge crowd was seen outside the SP office in Lucknow. The SP gave it the name of a virtual rally but there were flags of social distance and there was no compliance with Corona’s protocol. A case was then filed against a total of 2,500 SP leaders and activists.
People arrived in Gorakhpur to offer kheechadi
Swami Prasad Maurya, who defected from BJP to SP after the police action, has demanded to file a case against CM Yogi Adityanath over the mob.
On the occasion of Makar Sankranti on Saturday, a large number of devotees had gathered at the Gorakhnath temple in Gorakhpur to offer kheechadi. Violations of social distance were observed during that time. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also urged the crowd to abide by the Corona protocol. Earlier on Friday afternoon, they had gone to the house of a Dalit family and had a meal. Regarding this, Swami Prasad Maurya says that a case should be filed against the Chief Minister for making a mess among thousands of people in public. He has violated the code of conduct.