Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has decided to do away with the practice of suspending non-performing officials, says a report by Hindi Daily Amar Ujala. Amidst rising number of reports of incidents of violence and crime across the state, the Yogi government has decided to give two chances to non-performing officials and then dismiss them from their respective jobs, says the report, which was tweeted by the official twitter handle of CM office, Government of Uttar Pradesh.
CM Yogi made this latest announcement during his talk with BJP and Hindu Yuva Vahini workers at Devipatan Mandal on Sunday. Yogi said that some people were trying to spread anarchy in the state and people opposed to him are funding such elements.
Without taking the name of two places in western Uttar Pradesh, Yogi said attempts were made to spread anarchy in these two places recently but they were foiled. The CM was apparently talking about the recent Saharanpur violence and a robbery incident in Mathura, where two jewellers were killed by masked robbers. Their act was caught on a CCTV camera.
During the meeting, Yogi said that party leaders and the administration would have to inform wherever there is even a rumour of any mischief.
The violence and subsequent Dalit protests in Saharanpur had raised question marks on the efficacy of Yogi administration. On Sunday, Uttar Pradesh was rocked again when a group of youths molested two girls in Rampur, recorded the act and shared it on social media.
On Sunday, Yogi Adityanath had reviewed law and order situation Gonda on Sunday. However, on the same day, a person was killed and two others injured by unidentified assailants with sharp-edged weapons in Sahabganj locality of the district. The deceased had just come out of a religious place after offering prayers on Sunday night when the attack took place, police were reported as saying by PTI. Following the incident, a large number of people took to the street in the minority-dominated area to protest against the incident.