Yogi Adityanath: Processions will not be able to take out without permission in UP, policemen holidays canceled
CM Yogi Adityanath Big Decisions: UP CM Yogi Adityanath has become cautious about law and order in the state. He issued important instructions after meeting with the officers on Monday.
CM Yogi Adityanath Big Decisions: Amidst conspiracies to create communal tension in the country, UP CM Yogi Adityanath held a meeting on Monday and issued several important orders to control the situation. He said that all the officers of the state will have to ensure that no dispute should arise between them.
- video conferencing meeting
CM Yogi (Yogi Adityanath) talked to the police-administration officers of the state through video conferencing in Lucknow. He directed that additional police forces should be deployed in sensitive areas. Monitor the situation using drones. Every evening the police force must do foot patrolling. PRV 112 remained active.
- ‘Officers’ leave canceled till May 4′
He directed that the leave of all administrative/police officers, from Police Station Head, CO, Police Captain to District Magistrate-Divisional Commissioner, will be canceled with immediate effect. The officers who are currently on leave will have to return to the place of posting within the next 24 hours.
- ‘Procession not allowed without permission’
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that no procession/religious procession should be taken out without due permission. Before giving permission, an affidavit should be taken from the organizer regarding maintaining peace and harmony. Permission should be given to only those religious processions which are traditional. Unnecessary permission should not be given to new events.
On the loudspeaker controversy, CM Yogi clarified that everyone has the freedom to follow their method of worship. Mic can be used in religious places, but it should be ensured that the sound of the mike does not come out of that premises. There should be no inconvenience to other people. Also, installation of mike at new places should not be allowed.
- ‘Officers rest in their work area’
CM Yogi (Yogi Adityanath) instructed the Tehsildar, SDM, SHO and CO that all of them should rest at night only in their areas of deployment. If there is a government residence, then stay there or take a rented accommodation, but stay in your own area at night. Strict compliance of this system should be ensured.
Taking a tough stand against anti-social elements, CM Yogi said that those who issued mischievous statements should be dealt with strictly. All the harshness should be done with the chaotic elements trying to spoil the atmosphere. There should be no place for such people in a civilized society.
- ‘Maintain dialogue with different religious leaders’
He said that religious programs, worship, etc. should be held at the designated place only. It should also be ensured that there is no religious event by disrupting the road, traffic. The CM said that there are many important religious festivals in the coming days. The festival of Eid and Akshaya Tritiya are likely to be on the same day. In such a situation, considering the current environment, the police will have to be extra sensitive. The Chief Minister said that from the station head to the ADG, within the next 24 hours, make continuous dialogue with the religious leaders of their respective areas and other eminent people of the society.
He said that in recent days many holy festivals of different religions were organized. It is pleasant that an atmosphere of peace and harmony is maintained in the entire state. The CM said that the safety of every citizen in Uttar Pradesh is the primary responsibility of all of us. We have to be ever vigilant about this responsibility of ours.