Lucknow, Feb 10: Unruly scenes were witnessed inside the Uttar Pradesh Assembly with Samajwadi Party MLAs disrupting Governor T V Rajeshwar's address on Tuesday, Feb 10.
When Governor entered the House ahead of the budget session, determined Samajwadi Party, Rashtriya Lok Dal and Congress members shouted anti-govt slogans.
They hurled mikes, threw paper balls at the governor. Standing on tables and chairs, Samajwadi Party MLAs demanded the removal of the Mayawati govt for its failure to preserve law and order in the state.
Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav slamming the partisan behaviour of the UP Governor said: "The Mayawati govt is acting against SP workers. The Governor is not reacting to the deteriorating law and order situation in the state. He is behaving like an an agent for the BSP govt," he said.
"Murders are being committed in the name of birthday celebrations, people who refuse to pay up for the celebrations are being beaten up or being killed," Samajwadi leader Munna Singh Chauhan said.
They called governor a puppet of Mayawati and said that governor did not the question the govt on its handling of the murder of a PWD engineer in Auraiya by a BSP MLA. SP MLAs are demanding the Centre to intervene and sack the governor.
"The Governor is behaving like he is the BSP's Governor. If the Congress leaders at the Centre cannot see it then it happening under their direction. If needed the Congress will take the support of the BSP to form the at the centre if the fall short of the numbers after the general elections," said Mulayam Singh.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)