LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has said she is disturbed by reports that bikie gangs will use Labor's proposed Human Rights Bill to challenge laws targeting criminal motorcycle gangs.
"Once again, we see more perverse consequences from Labor's new Human Rights Bill, with grave consequences for community safety," Ms Frecklington said.
"Labor have already softened the laws regarding organised crime gangs, which is why we've seen more gangs established, more members recruited and more drugs being peddled to kids.
"But news today about the potential conflict with Labor's proposed Human Rights Bill could open the floodgates.
"Annastacia Palaszczuk needs to guarantee that her new Human Rights Bill won't give the green light to bikies to terrorise our communities once again.
"We already know that Labor are soft on bikies and organised crime, but this is simply outrageous.
"The LNP introduced Australia's toughest laws dealing with organised crime gangs that saw gangs flee the state and a dramatic reduction in crime rates .
"Community safety will always be our priority.
"This just once again shows that the bikies are back under Labor."