The newly elected Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed the DGP Javeed Ahmed to ensure that no slackness should be allowed in maintaining law and order and communal harmony in the state. In a meeting that took place later in the evening today with civil administration and police officials, the DGP and Principal Secretary (Home) Debashish Panda asked to “adopt strict actions to maintain law and order”. The DGP has also asked officials to tap down on criminals, organised crime and mafias, and ensure safety of women in the state. Commenting upon the ongoing development in law and order, a senior police official said, “The officers were asked to remain present in their offices on time and work on redressing the problems of the people. Besides, they were asked for better coordination with traders and ensure strict action to maintain communal harmony.”
The DGP earlier today also took an inspection of the security arrangement for the chief minister. Later the officers were directed to undertake elaborate measures for the purpose. “No laxity will be tolerated in this”, the DGP said in his directive during the meeting.” Adtiyanath’s directive came hours after a Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader was shot dead in Allahabad on Sunday. Official sources informed that CM Adityanath has expressed concern over the incident and stressed that restoring law and order was the top priority of his government. The 60-year-old BSP leader Mohd Shami was shot dead by assailants close to his residence in Mauaima police station area yesterday.
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The DGP, earlier today, was asked to conduct video conference with the district magistrates and the superintendents of police of all the 75 districts of the state. The purpose of the conference was to take an account of law and order situation and other administrative issues. Even the Deputy chief ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma met CM Adityanath.
Later talking to media, Maurya informed that the first Cabinet meeting that is scheduled to happen in the coming 3-4 days will discuss all such key mentioned in BJP’s ‘Sankalp Patra’ which include issues like loan waiver to farmers and ban on mechanised slaughter houses. Sharma further in his interaction with the media said that his meeting was just a courtesy call. “We will work for the welfare of the people with full vigour and ensure that the work is visible on the ground,” he added.
44-year-old firebrand CM of UP, who was sworn-in as the 21st Chief Minister of the state, has ensured to work for all sections of the society without any discrimination, backing PM Narendra Modi’s ‘sabka sath, sabka vikas’ initiative.