However, she said her government has been apprehensive as the CBI had "messed up" the Aarushi Talwar murder case in Noida.
"If the family of the victim wants a CBI or any other inquiry my government has no objection to it. The only fear is that in case of CBI inquiry the probe may get messed up like in the Aarushi murder case," she said.
Condemning the incident in which a 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped and murdered inside a police station, the chief minister said she wanted to assure the family of the victim that sternest action would be taken against the guilty.
"Whenever any inhuman incident occurs against women, opposition should rise above party politics and help catch the culprits. They should not indulge in dirty politics," she said.
In a related development, the state government has suspended the then SP of Lakhimpur D K Rai, who had stated after the first post mortem on the teenager that she had committed suicide and was not murdered. The second post-mortem has concluded that the girl was killed but not raped. The girl was found hanging in the premises of Nighasan police station in the district on Friday.
Accusing the Centre of indirectly politicising the government commissions, she said, "Other than UP, atrocities are taking place against Dalits across the country, but no where does the Centre sends its commissions."
While atrocities against women and other crimes were taking place in Delhi, the commissions were not being to carry out inquiries, she said.