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Row Over Migrants: Rajasthan Minister Demands Action Against Yogi Adityanath

The UP authorities stated on Friday that it has cleared the dues.

Jaipur:

Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot on Friday accused the UP authorities of petty politics over the difficulty of buses for migrants, whereas one other state minister demanded motion in opposition to Yogi Adityanath for allegedly defying the Centre’s orders on automobiles.

Rajasthan Transport Minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas stated the UP chief minister first gave clearance for entry of buses however later created “hurdles” by saying that allow and health of buses weren’t legitimate. 

He stated {that a} case must be registered in opposition to UP chief minister for allegedly defying the Centre’s order which had stated that paperwork akin to license, allow, and health of automobiles is not going to be checked until June 30.

Speaking to reporters, Sachin Pilot additionally slammed the Centre for “not making any concrete nationwide policy” for the transport of migrant employees.

“Taking help doesn’t diminish someone’s stature. UP government did politics and blamed Congress. We condemn it. Congress had made an arrangement of buses for the migrant workers when there was no help from the Centre,” Sachin Pilot stated.

He stated that it isn’t justified {that a} ruling social gathering blames the Opposition and that too for extending a serving to hand. 

Sachin Pilot stated creating pointless hurdles, arresting individuals and registering police case reveals a “narrow mindset”, which is regrettable. 

Amid a struggle between Congress chief Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and the UP authorities over buses for migrant employees, the Adityanath authorities had stated that the Rajasthan authorities gave a invoice of over Rs 36 lakh for offering buses to take college students from Kota.

The UP authorities stated on Friday that it has cleared the dues.

The UP chief minister’s media advisor Mritunjay Kumar had strongly condemned the demand of Rs 36 lakh, saying it solely confirmed the “inhuman face” of the Rajasthan authorities.

In April, 1000’s of scholars from Uttar Pradesh who have been making ready for numerous aggressive examinations within the teaching hub of Kota in Rajasthan have been introduced again to their properties in buses. 

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