The government accused the Congress of “fraud” by releasing a list of vehicles, on the bulk of which automobiles, two-wheeled carriers and freight carriers are listed. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath blamed the Punjab and Rajasthan governments of Congress for the Auraiya road crash, claiming the group is like a proverbial cat finding redemption after the killing of 100 mice.
Policies on busses for migrant travelers are growing up as the war of words between Congress and the government of Yogi Adityanath continues. On Monday, Congress accused the UP government of denying permission to fly in the country for migrants planned by the group. According to a story of PTI the government of Uttar Pradesh requested Congressman Priyanka Gandhi Vadra today to send a list of the buses to Ghaziabad and Noida District Magistrates. UP Additional Chief Secretary (Home), Awanish Awasthi, wrote to the private secretary of UP Vadra, “Please provide 500 buses by 12 noon to Ghaziabad District Magistrate. It was recorded to DM Ghaziabad. Both buses are provided and operated by the district administration.
The letter also stated that the buses should be issued at bus stations in Kaushambi and Sahibabad and that 500 should be supplied to Gautam Buddh Nagar District Magistrate in the vicinity of Expo Mart.
But it seems this wasn’t enough to stop the war of words because the government of UP has now claimed that there are identification numbers of bikes, scooters and motorcycles on the list of busses submitted by Congress and that the Party is committing fraud and forgery.
Furtherore, Information of the busses and driver to the UP government were demanded from Congress.
While speaking of a news channelle, Yogi Adityanath said that in the unfortunate accident in the Auraiya UP, Congress leaders would realize that one truck was from Rajasthan [involved in the accidents], the other from Punjab. Migrant workers, who returned to Bihar and Jharkhand had to pay a huge sum of money. He even said,”What were they [Congress] doing then? You will exploit people and then put up an honest face.”
Saturday morning twenty-six migrant workers were declared dead when a tractor with lime bags, with many workers trapped in a stationary lorry near a roadside eatery along a national highway in Auraiya.