"Today the government has completed three years. We have completed a number of tasks and helped people with various programmes," he said at a series of functions here to mark the occasion.
His remarks came against the backdrop of opposition parties training their guns at the Akhilesh Yadav government. BJP dubbed as disappointing SP's rule, with state unit chief Laxmi Kant Bajpai saying these three years would be remembered for poor law and order situation, corruption and
"In over 600 incidents, policemen were attacked, while crime rate against women increased by 49.54  percent," he told reporters here.
BSP leader Swami Prasad Maurya alleged that SP government, which came to power by making tall promises, has failed to deliver.
"It has failed on all the fronts as there are several power centers in the government," he alleged.
State Congress chief Nirmal Khatri accused the SP government of cheating the poeple.
"There is no government worth its name in the state. Law and order has hit rock bottom and rape, murder, dacoity and loot has become order of the day," he said.
RLD national general secretary Anil Dubey alleged that not a single promise made in SP's election manifesto was fulfilled.

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