Raipur, Jan 28: Accusing Chhattisgarh's Raman Singh regime of making the state's law and order situation reach its nadir, Congress MLA and former Chhattisgarh home minister Nandkumar Patel said that an atmosphere of insecurity has prevailed across the State.
''The seizing of a naxal weapons' cache here and the Maoists' confession to orchestrating activities from the State capital made it clear that this city is not secure. The government and police are trying to take credit for the seizure but the truth is that the locals alerted the police after observing abandoned bags,'' he told UNI here.
Pointing out that police not even getting a whiff of rebel activities here was the biggest failure of the intelligence agency, the legislator added that the agency was used against political leaders.
''Security of Dr Singh, state Home Minister Ramvichar Netam and others is being beefed up but similar attention should also be paid to the common man. Ultras have strengthened their position across the state and the government was talking big about the anti-militant Salwa Judum campaign. The public will give a fitting judgement to the regime when the time will come,'' Mr Patel claimed.