Dadri Lynching: Azam Khan Slams People Who Have 'Problems' With Aid Given To Victim's Family

15/10/2015 4:35 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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NEW DELHI, INDIA - OCTOBER 11: Members of All Indian Students Association (AISA) march in protest against Dadri Killing and against the tide of communal fascism in the country, from Mandi House to Prime Minister's House, in New Delhi, India on Sunday, October 11, 2015. After Dadri, a similar incident happened in Mainpuri, UP where two Muslim youths were brutally beaten up over rumours of beef consumption. (Photo by Sonu Mehta/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

KANPUR -- Controversial UP minister Azam Khan today criticised Governor Ram Naik's remark over Rs 45 lakh compensation to Dadri lynching victim, and said if anyone has problem with it then the Prime Minister can ask the Uttar Pradesh government to withdraw the help.

"We will arrange the money through contribution and help Akhlaq's family. Prime Minister Narendra Modi can ask the state government to withdraw the compensation offered to the aggrieved family if anyone has problem," he said.

Asked about the compensation given to the victim's family, Governor Naik yesterday said,"The compensation amount should be the same for similar incidents... since victim's family fall into hardship."

"And within the next five days, we would collect double of the compensation through donations and give it to Akhlaq's family," Khan said during his visit here yesterday.

Also Read: Six Outrageous Things BJP Leaders Have Said About Dadri Murder Over Beef

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