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Mayawati, upset over killing of BSP president in Tamil Nadu, hits out at Stalin government, demands CBI probe

Nita Yadav

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Mayawati pays tribute to late BSP leader in Tamil Nadu.Image credit source: Twitter

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati has hit out at the Stalin government over the death of the party’s state president Armstrong in Tamil Nadu. He demanded a CBI probe into the murder. BSP leader Armstrong was killed on Friday. Mayawati claimed that the people arrested for the BSP president’s murder were not the real culprits. He demanded CM Stalin to punish the real culprit and demanded a CBI probe into the murder.

Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati arrived in Tamil Nadu on Sunday and paid tributes to late BSP leader Armstrong and laid wreaths at the mortal remains of the 52-year-old leader at a private school in Perambur.

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There is no such thing as law and order in Tamil Nadu

Hitting out at the Tamil Nadu government, he said the manner in which he was killed late in the evening shows that there is no such thing as law and order in the state. The murder should be investigated by the CBI to bring justice to the Tamil Nadu CM.

Mayawati said Dalits across the state are scared after the killing of BSP leader Armstrong and requested the Chief Minister to ensure their safety. He said that the BSP has taken the matter seriously, but party workers should not take law and order into their hands.

Appeal to party office for burial rejected

On the other hand, the Madras High Court, while hearing the petition of late BSP president K Armstrong’s wife, rejected her demand to bury her body in the party office. The High Court allowed his body to be buried in the neighboring Tiruvallur district. The Stalin government opposed the late leader’s wife’s application saying the party office was located in a residential area.

Hearing the special petition on Sunday, Justice V Bhavani Subbarayan asked that Armstrong’s body be buried in Pothur. Additional Advocate General J Ravindran later informed the judge that the government had given permission for the burial at Pothur, Tiruvallur district’s land belonging to Armstrong’s relative and had also issued necessary orders for the process.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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