Dailybhaskar.com | Last Modified - Mar 07, 2012, 11:32 AM IST
New Delhi: The incidents of violence followed by the landslide victory by the Samajwadi party in the UP assembly polls have raised many questions about the law and order during the SP rule.
The 21-year-old man, Shano, who was injured during the clash between the SP workers and the police on Tuesday, died in the hospital late at night.
Unhappy with the local candidate's defeat in Firozabad constituencies SP workers went on rampage indulging in violence on Tuesday.
The agitated SP workers laid siege to Bundelkhand Degree College, where several journalists were holed up. Reports suggested that armed SP workers surrounded the college. The party workers even attacked the police.
In Jhansi, SP supporters SP clashed with some TV cameramen during which some of their equipments were broken.
A 12-year-old died after he was hit by a stray bullet fired by the SP workers during celebratory firing allegedly by supporters of SP candidate from Sambhal assembly seat Iqbal Mahmood on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, talking to the media SP state party president Akhilesh Yadav any attempt to tarnish the image of the government will not be accepted and strict action will taken against the officials who fail to ensure law and order in the state.
He said that the party will ensure that law and order is maintained in the state.
The Superintendent of Police D K Garg on Tuesday assured that necessary action was being taken.