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Mahesh Sahrma attacks Akhilesh for questioning forensic report

Sharma accused ruling SP and opposition BSP of indulging in corruption, saying Noida Chief Engineer Yadav Singh had support of both the governments.

Published: 06th June 2016 02:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th June 2016 02:51 AM   |  A+A-

By PTI

GREATER NOIDA: Union minister Mahesh Sharma today attacked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav for questioning the authenticity of the forensic report that said the meat found from Mohammad Akhlaq's house was of "cow or its progeny", saying if he does not believe his officers, then he should resign.

"If he does not have confidence in his officers, he should resign from the chief minister's post," Sharma said, addressing the public in Saddulapur village.

The chief minister cast doubts over the authenticity of the forensic report. In Mathura incident too, he did not believe the findings of the officers, he said.

The Union minister alleged several political leaders, including Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Chief Minister Arving Kejriwal, had visited Bishada village to take political mileage.

"Now, the forensic report has brought out the truth," he said.

Sharma accused ruling SP and opposition BSP of indulging in corruption, saying Noida Chief Engineer Yadav Singh had support of both the governments.



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