Since taking the baton of the new chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath is in full swing with his job. In a surprise move, the newly elected CM has asked all his administrative officers to prepare a ‘power-point presentation’ of their work within the next 24 hours and has said that he can check the presentation anytime after March 25. Seeking no laxity in ensuring strict law and order in the state, Adityanath has asked officials to make a detailed presentation that shows all the plans along with expense details and new suggestions for the betterment of the plans. Every department of the office has been asked to prepare the presentation and ministers and administrative officers have already started working towards the same.
Adityanath has till now suspended over 100 policemen and is constantly inspecting various department to ensuring no laxity in the law and order of the state. Most of these suspensions were in Ghaziabad, Meerut and Noida. Seven inspectors have been suspended in the capital city of the state so far. The crackdown followed directives issued by DGP Javeed Ahmed a few days back to identify the ‘black sheep’ among the policemen.
Speaking to The Indian Express, PRO UP Police, Rahul Srivastava, said, “More than 100 policemen, mostly constables, have been suspended as per the directives of the DGP to identify the black sheep and take exemplary action against them.”
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As per reports, the directive to all the Superintendents of Police was issued through video conferencing by the state police chief and Principal Secretary (Home) Debashish Panda soon after Adityanath assumed office. The firebrand leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) recently went on a surprise inspection spree visited Anexi Building. Here he scolded the babus for the poor condition of the office. He also visited the Hazratganj police station to check the situation there. The Adityanath government has also taken a tab of eve-teasing situation to ensure the safety of college-going girls and have rolled out an anti-Romeo squad in the state lately.