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Jaipur: Voicing concern over the brazen killing of ganglord-turned-politician Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf in police custody on Saturday night, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sunday said that such incidents take place when there is no law.
“The country is watching what is happening in Uttar Pradesh. Such incidents can happen with anyone if there is no rule of law. To kill a person in full public glare is very easy but maintaining law and order in the state is difficult,” he told the media after attending the Rajasthan Police,” Gehlot told the media after inspecting the parade on Rajasthan Police Foundation Day at Rajasthan Police Academy.
Gehlot, however, warned mafia and gangsters active in his State that their fates could also be the same as the slain UP ganglord. Gehlot said that Raj Police esteem is high, leading to State being considered peaceful.