Lucknow: Hitting back at BSP supreme Mayawati, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday said the former chief minister should take into account her own performance before levelling allegations.
"See whatever account is being taken... those levelling allegations should first take account of their own government," Akhilesh told reporters on the sidelines of a function in Lucknow.
He was replying to allegations levelled against his government by BSP chief Mayawati.
Akhilesh Yadav said if law and order situation was found bad anywhere, officers of the area would be held responsible.
Mayawati on Saturday in Delhi alleged around 800 murders, 270 rapes, 245 robberies, 256 kidnapping and 720 loots have taken place in UP in last two month since the SP government came to power.
"In a bid to deflect attention from these issues, the SP government is engaged in forcing probes in all small and big initiatives taken during my government," she said, adding it was being done for political vendetta otherwise she would have no problem had any probe been carried out without any bias.
Akhilesh said if law and order situation was found bad anywhere, officers of the area would be held responsible.