Jaunpur, Dec 5 (UNI) Criticising the Congress led-UPA at the Centre and Mayawati government in Uttar Pradesh, the BJP today alleged that both the regimes had ''utterly failed to implement stringent laws to tackle terrorism for unknown personal interests''.
''Both UPA and BSP regime have been unable to put in motion stern laws to uproot terrorism...no one knows what personal interest is hidden behind it,'' BJP state unit president Ramapati Ram Tripathi told reporters here.
He, however, assured that if the centre decided to implement Prevention Of Terrorism Act (POTA), the BJP was ready to support them.
Mr Tripathi alleged that ''law and order situation in UP has dipped and goons and mafias are ruling the roost...criminals have even gained entry in the Council of Ministers.'' ''Anarchy, fear and insecurity is the order of the day. Rape, abduction, murder and loot hit headlines everyday,'' he charged.
Chief Minister Mayawati is busy installing statues and ordering beautification of parks and roads. In six months of her regime, the CM ''failed'' to protect the interest of farmers, the BJP leader alleged.
He said the party would oppose the Rs 23 crore Noida-Ballia Ganga Expressway project as thousands of farmers would become homeless along the course.
''If the project sees light of the day, a situation synonamous to Nandigram would be created,'' he warned.