A number of lawyers have demanded immediate presidential rule in Uttar Pradesh

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Banglahant Desk: The whole political arena is fighting over the Hathras incident in Uttar Pradesh. Opposition groups called for the beheading of Yogi Adityanath in two consecutive gang-rape cases. At the same time, political leaders, starting from the common people, are protesting against the role of the police. This time, the lawyers of Uttar Pradesh demanded that the President's rule should be introduced in Uttar Pradesh.

In Hathras, the government and the administration have been put on trial for gang-raping a young woman in just 19 years. There are many questions as to why the police burnt the body of the victim in the dark of the night. At the same time, the question arises as to why they were forcibly detained in their house without the consent of the family.

Hundreds of lawyers in Ghaziabad have demanded the resignation of the chief minister to cool the situation in hot Uttar Pradesh. On Thursday, they fired the Yogi government from its post, urgently demanding presidential rule in Uttar Pradesh. According to them, the incidents of gang-rape from Uttar Pradesh have revealed that there are signs of crime against women. This government has no right to stay in power. Because this incident in Uttar Pradesh is tarnishing the image of the whole country. So they want to impose presidential rule in Uttar Pradesh quickly.

The lawyers marched from the public court under the banner of Advocate Sangharsh Samiti and submitted a memorandum to District Magistrate Ajay Shankar Pandey. There they requested President Ram Nath Kovind to take charge of Uttar Pradesh. During the procession to the district collectorate, they protested by raising anti-Yogi slogans and burning his kushputulika.

Not only the Yogi government, but also the police in Uttar Pradesh, they expressed their anger, saying that the police hastily tortured to destroy the evidence. Leading the protest, lawyer Nahar Singh Yadav said the Yogi government had failed miserably in curbing crime in Uttar Pradesh. She fails miserably, especially in the case of women.

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