Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath claimed that more than one lakh loudspeakers have been brought down in the state so far and the officials have been entrusted with the responsibility to ensure that the removed loudspeakers should not be used again.
Chief Minister Yogi, who reached Jhansi on Saturday evening, discussed with the public representatives, conducted a divisional review of the development works and claimed that more than one lakh loudspeakers have been launched in the state so far.
Giving instructions to the officials, he said, it should be ensured that the loudspeakers that were dropped should not be used again. Yogi said that religious events should be confined within the premises of religious places, no festival should be organized on the road and these events should not cause any inconvenience in the movement of ordinary citizens.
The campaign to remove illegal loudspeakers installed at religious places in the state and limit the sound of other loudspeakers to the prescribed limit started on April 25 and lasted till May 1.
Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar had said in Lucknow that illegally installed loudspeakers are being removed from all religious places without any discrimination and all such loudspeakers have been categorized as illegal. Permission has not been taken from the administration. Kumar had also said that the orders of the High Court are also being kept in mind during the proceedings regarding loudspeakers.
In addition to the divisional review in Jhansi, Chief Minister Yogi went to the development block Babina to know the ground reality of the drinking water scheme. He directed the officials to complete the development plans in time and warned that FIRs should be lodged against the companies which did not complete the plans in time. He also stressed on strictness against the land mafia and maintaining law and order.
While reviewing the projects and development works/law and order of Jhansi, Lalitpur, Jalaun of Jhansi division in the Commissioner’s Auditorium, Yogi said that the state government is committed to give benefit to the people of the state through development and public welfare schemes. In case of negligence and apathy at any level in this matter, the accountability of the concerned will be fixed. While reviewing the Amrit Drinking Water Scheme under the Jal Jeevan Mission, an ambitious project for Bundelkhand region, the Chief Minister said that the progress of the second phase of the scheme is not satisfactory.
He directed that the concerned company should be blacklisted and FIR should be lodged. He also said that such working organizations whose efficiency is lax, in their place, work should be done by other agencies so that the plan can be completed on time.
While reviewing the law and order of the Mandal, the Chief Minister expressed displeasure over the law and order. Expressing deep dissatisfaction with the incident in Lalitpur, he called for a reply from the Superintendent of Police in this regard. He also expressed strong displeasure over the delayed action.
In the Pali police station area of ??Lalitpur, a case of misbehavior with a 13-year-old rape victim of the then station in-charge had come to the fore. Suspended police station in-charge inspector, accused of raping, was arrested on Thursday and produced in the concerned court by the police, from where he was sent to 14-day judicial custody by the court. Till now all the six accused including a woman have been sent to jail in this case.
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