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Crime has gone out of control in Rajasthan, a tourist-intensive state. The law and order situation has reached its lowest rung. While the recent communal riots of Dausa-Bhilwara, Jodhpur had already wounded law and order, the barbaric incident of beheading a tailor Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur on Tuesday by openly threatening his neck has broken law and order. – Wired.
This murder, carried out in Talibani style, not only shook the calm Udaipur, but also shook the public psyche of the entire country. Such a sharp reaction is coming, which has further increased the mistrust between the two communities. The rhetoric of leaders of various political parties is acting as a catalyst in increasing this mistrust. In this whole incident, the irresponsible manner of the Udaipur Police is shamed, due to which the situation has arisen for everyone.
The role and tension of the police
Actually, everyone is unanimous that if the police had done their duty, then this situation would never have arisen. The BJP alleges that the Rajasthan Police has followed the government’s policy of appeasement. People saw this attitude of the police in the communal clashes in Karauli, Bhilwara and Jodhpur. Now Udaipur Police has set a new example.
The most surprising and shocking thing was that the police sent the tailor Kanhaiyalal to jail for posting provocative posts on the complaint of Nazim Ahmed of Udaipur. But, on receiving the threat of murder, Kanhaiyalal’s plea for threat to his life was ignored. The result is shaking the whole country today. The residents of utterly calm Udaipur are imprisoned under curfew.
Here, the internet has been stalled for 24 hours across the state. What can be worse for a tourism-oriented state than that the law and order and crime control systems reach this low level. This is the fourth time in two months that the state has been shaken by communal frenzy. So why would a tourist move here?
BJP state president Satish Poonia says-
The crime control and law and order situation in the state is at the lowest rung.
However, both the accused involved in the Udaipur incident were caught shortly after the incident. In this regard, the police administration and the state government also claim to act promptly. Many BJP leaders and those who put all the posts on social media, targeting this claim of the government, say-
Where would there be a better safe haven for Taliban-style killers than the Rajasthan government and police for now?
People say that like the deteriorating condition of law and order in Rajasthan, the situation of crime control has also reached the abyss. Everyone who knows Rajasthan is in awe. This is the same Rajasthan, where big criminals used to tremble in the name of being caught by the police.
It is in the year 2004, after the arrest, the CBI decided to hand over the infamous forest smuggler Sansar Chand to the Rajasthan Police, so he begged that he should not be handed over to the Rajasthan Police, Rajasthan Police kills the law in such a way that it is possible to recover does not happen.