Need to rein in crimes in Punjab: BJP Yuva Morcha

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 13

Members of the BJP Yuva Morcha (BJYM) condemned the increasing cases of gang wars, drug overdose, loot etc. in the state. In a press conference held here today, BJYM members BJYM state vice-president Ashok Sareen Hicky, Ashutosh Tiwari, Narinderpal Dhillon said the state Congress was responsible for the deteriorating condition of the youth in the state. They said there was an increase in the cases of loot, dacoity, gang wars and hooliganism in the state. They also said the state Congress had failed to put an end to such incidents. They added that on one hand, the state was witnessing incidents such as youths killing their parents for drugs, on the other, bloody clashes or gang wars were claiming lives of several people. They said due to rise in such incidents; industry was also moving to places such as Himachal, Haryana, UP and Gujarat. BJYM members said there was a need to rein in such elements. —

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