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Uttar Pradesh Governor T V Rajeshwar on Monday termed the previous Government of Mulayam Singh Yadav as unconstitutional.

Lucknow, May 21 : Uttar Pradesh Governor T V Rajeshwar on Monday termed the previous Government of Mulayam Singh Yadav as 'unconstitutional'.

Addressing a joint session of the State Assembly and Council, Governor Rajeshwar said that the Mulayam Government was constituted dividing the political parties and against the public mandate.

Rajeshwar also ridiculed the commercial featuring veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan which praised the Yadav -led-government by saying 'UP mein hai dam kyonki jurm yahan hai kum' (UP has power as crime is less here).

That advertisement was an insult to the people of UP, the Governor said.

Outlining the priorities of the Mayawati-led Bahuja Samaj Party, Rajeshwar said the State Government would crackdown on criminal elements and establish the rule of law through stringent laws like, the National Security Act (NSA), the Gangsters Act and the Goonda Act.

He also said that industries in the state had been cheated by the scrapped UP Development Council.

Announcing the setting up of a service board to decide on the transfer of senior administrative and police officers by the new government, Rajeshwar also vowed to root out corruption in civil service transfers and postings.


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