Ahead of the crucial Bengal assembly polls, UP CM Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday addressed a rally in Malda.
Adityanath alleged the Bengal government is unable to stop cow smuggling and “love jihad“ due to politics of appeasement in the state.
Calling cow smuggling and “love jihad“ dangerous activities, the Chief Minister warned that these 'will show results in the time to come'.
He claimed people's sentiments are toyed with through cow smuggling and that cow slaughter is forcefully started during Eid. He blamed the state government for being a silent spectator.
He also accused the Mamata Banerjee led TMC government of attempting to ban slogan of 'Jai Sri Ram'. He said it hurts him to see the anarchy in a state that has been the land of the revolution.