Adityanath, who was speaking at a public gathering in Gorakhpur, said that those who don't respect the law will be dealt strictly.
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said that those who do not respect the law can leave the state of Uttar Pradesh. Adityanath, who was speaking at a public gathering in Gorakhpur, said that those who don’t respect the law will be dealt strictly. “We had urged earlier too, people who do not respect the law can leave UP and who don’t will be dealt strictly with,” Adityanath said. He added that there has been a “transformation” in law and order situation in UP. “There has been a “transformation” in law and order situation in UP and this will continue in the future too,” Adityanath was quoted as saying by ANI. In another interesting comment, Adityanath said “Citizens of Delhi in the recent MCD polls have also proved that EVM stands for ‘Every Vote Modi'”.
Earlier, Adityanath had asked UP cops not to spare those who create nuisance irrespective of their political leanings as law and order is top priority. PTI reported that Uttar Pradesh CM had directed senior cops to hear public grievances daily from 9 to 11 am and address the problems faced by the people.
The chief minister has stressed that law and order is the top priority of the and the police have been clearly told that no nuisance, irrespective of who is creating it, will be tolerated, UP power minister Shrikant Sharma told a press conference today. Report said that Adityanath has also issued directives that electricity related problems in all villages being provided power between 7 am to 5 pm be fixed.
With PTI inputs