The Bharatiya Janata Party unit in Uttar Pradesh said that there was an attempt to destabilise the Yogi Adityanath government as there were reports that funds from Islamic states were being diverted to create trouble in the state during the general election.
BJP state spokesman Harishchandra Srivastava said in a written statement here on Sunday that some forces which did not have faith on judiciary and Election Commission were now trying to destabilise the state by talking about violence.
“A TV channel in a string operation has shown that an Islamic leader has called for planting bomb at Ram Janmabhoomi complex. This statement shows that some forces are trying to create problem in the state. FIR should be lodged against such person and he should be arrested at the earliest,” the BJP leader said.
Srivastava said that the Narendra Modi and Yogi Adityanath governments were trying to weed out corruption from government working. He said over 20,000 non-governmental organisations had shut their shops after they were asked to explain the sources of their incomes.
“Both the governments believe in democratic values and are working hard to ensure that the Constitution is adhered to in every walk of life in letter and in spirit,” he said.
“Both the governments will not tolerate people who incite the masses in the name of religion. For Hindus, Ram is a revered figure and no one will be allowed to speak against him,” he said.