At a public meeting at Ghantaghar Ramlila Maidan in Ghaziabad, he claimed the Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and the Congress were responsible for the violence during the Dalit protest on Monday.
Anti-social elements joined the stir and turned the protest violent, Mr Maurya alleged.
Police are identifying the miscreants and stringent action will be taken against them.
Mr Maurya also warned that any official found guilty of corruption will be jailed.
The Supreme Court had on March 20 banned automatic arrests and registration of criminal cases under the Scheduled Castes (SC) and the Scheduled Tribes (ST) (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.
Ruling that no arrest can be made under the Act without prior permission, the top court had also held that a court can grant anticipatory bail if it, prima facie, finds the complaint is an abuse of the law, false, motivated and intended to blackmail or harass a person.
Monday's "Bharat Bandh" was called by various Dalit groups and backed by political outfits to demand restoration of the Act to its original form.
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