Agra, Sep 12: The Samajwadi Party "deeply regrets" the violence in Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh that has left 38 people dead, a party leader said Thursday.
"The party leadership is deeply moved and regrets the tragic incidents in Muzaffarnagar," party secretary C.P. Rai told a news agency after the Samajwadi Party ended a two-day national executive meeting here.
"The SP deeply regrets the violence in Muzaffarnagar", an SP leader said.
"Our government will do everything to help the victims and bring them back to (the) mainstream," he said.
Rai added that the Samajwadi Party had warned its members to be careful of the designs of "communal elements" in the state.