Police work should not be given to insolvent inspectors – Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister, Uttar Pradesh

In order to make a complete change in the law and order in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has started taking tough decisions. In this order, the first major decision has fallen on a senior officer of Uttar Pradesh Traffic Police. Even in order not to be given to tainted policemen, compliance with the order of the police station has not yet been done better, in the same order, Issues have been issued instructions not to Thanedari ..

Apart from this, Yogi Adityanath has started tightening with all other orders. It is known that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given permission to remove ADG Traffic MK Batwal. The order which is in the near future is the sign of the comprehensive shuffle. The angry Yogi angry with Uttar Pradesh’s law and order and traffic system. Ordering the removal of ADG Traffic MK Batwal. Removing CO Traffic from Gorakhpur ordered the action of Compulsory Retirement.

After the video conferencing lasted for three and a half hours on Sunday late night, CM Yogi ordered How to screw the police captains of several districts. The candidates are being asked to report on criminal cases in Ghaziabad, Noida, Sitapur, Jaunpur, Prayagraj, Ambedkar Nagar, Rampur, Bareilly and Bulandshahr. Not only this, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered the toddler inspectors not to give the responsibility of the police station to the captains.During the festival, the order of the court on the use of loudspeakers must be strictly obeyed! In Ayodhya, the orders of no one to go to the disputed site remain in the Chief Directive etc

Arun Jaitley to Opposition -‘Crude oil price rise cannot be controlled by television bytes, tweets’:

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley attacked Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his “reluctant allies” for their commitment to fight fuel price rise in the country. The challenges posed by the rise in international price of crude oil cannot be countered with tweets or television bytes, Jaitley wrote in a Facebook post titled ‘The Oil Prices and the Hypocrisy of the Opposition’.

Attacking the Opposition for making maximum of the situation, Jaitley said, government’s critics rejoiced the political consequences of such as price rise, “which is evident from their comments,” he said. The Finance Minister was critical of media for not highlighting fuel price cuts and accused the Opposition of doing a “volte face” and dubbing the move as bad economics.

Rahul Gandhi urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring fuel under the ambit of Goods and Service Tax (GST). Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accused the government of defrauding the people by slashing excise duty by Rs 2.50-per-litre after increasing the same by Rs 10-per-litre.

Former Finance Minister and Congress leader tweeted “an oil revenue-dependent government has belatedly realised the unbearable burden on the people and indulged in tokenism.”

Even Gandhi, whose party “inflicted double-digit inflation during the past five years of UPA-II” gave television bytes and tweeted “advocating price reduction,” Jaitley said.

The Central government shaved Rs 2.50 off Value Added Tax (VAT) on petrol and diesel on Friday and urged the states to follow suit in order to give substantial relief to the consumers. Most of the BJP-ruled states complied with Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh announcing cuts ranging from Rs 1.50 to 2.50, after which the effective price in the states came down upto Rs 5-per-litre.

States not ruled by BJP such as Karnataka, Kerala and West Bengal, refused to affect a price cut, provoking sharp criticism from several BJP leaders and the  Jaitley. “The States benefit from higher oil prices. The Centre’s collection remains the same. Thus, the capacity of the States to give a Rs.2.5 benefit is within their capacity,” FM said, adding that a number of non-BJP non-NDA states have refused to cut the prices.

Jaitley lamented that the price of crude oil in international markets increased due to several factors one of which was oil producing nations capping the their production leading to demand supply mismatch. Furthermore, the crises in Venezuela and Libya along with US sanctions on Iran have aggravated the problem, Jaitley added.

Jaitley accused the Opposition of mere lip-service and optics on issues by giving news bytes and releasing tweets and looking the other way when it comes to performance.

Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath sets two-month deadline for action against corrupt

political leader, minister or bureaucrat — found embroiled in corruption at any point in time.

The CM also hinted at tightening the nooses ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections around senior bureaucrats who are under scanner for graft.

In a major decision taken after a marathon meeting with the administrative top brass late on Tuesday night, CM Yogi Adityanath set a deadline of two months for completion of probes and proceedings in all 400 cases of corruption pending for the last 20 years against leaders, senior government officials and employees.

The CM directed the officers concerned to dispose of all the cases and initiate final action against all the tainted ones. The CM also reviewed the work and worth of state probe agencies, including vigilance department, Economic Offence Wing (EOW), CB-CID, Anti-corruption Wing and SIT. Expressing his annoyance over the pendency in no uncertain terms, the CM cautioned the senior officials of home and police departments against going soft on anyone — political leader, minister or bureaucrat — found embroiled in corruption at any point in time.

The CM also hinted at tightening the nooses ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections around senior bureaucrats who are under scanner for graft. It is believed that around 400 cases of corruption against a number of political leaders, former ministers, former MLAs, IAS, IPS, PCS, and PPS officials and employees, are pending with the state police.

Of those 400, around 100 cases pertain to senior IAS, IPS and PCS officers. Notably, the CM had constituted a task force under the headship of chief secretary Anoop Chandra Pandey in June, this year for speedy disposal of such pending cases in coordination with respective departments. The CM directed the task force comprising chief secretary, principal secretary, home, DGP and other departmental heads, to complete the proceedings in the pending cases under its supervision and submit the compliance report to him.

Earlier in June, CM Yogi had acted tough and suspended a couple District Magistrates accused of corruption and illegal mining. A close aide of the CM had then said that Yogi was in no mood to go soft against those not following the government line. 

Ghaziabad schools, colleges to be closed from Aug 5-9 for Kanwar Yatra

The Ghaziabad administration officials said all schools, both private- and- government-run, have been asked to postpone term examinations scheduled for the period.

The Ghaziabad administration officials said all schools, both private- and- government-run, have been asked to postpone term examinations scheduled for the period.

In view the movement of nearly 50 lakh Kanwariyas through western Uttar Pradesh — including Ghaziabad — in the coming days, the Ghaziabad district administration has decided to shut all schools and colleges between August 5 and August 9.

The Ghaziabad administration officials said all schools, both private- and- government-run, have been asked to postpone term examinations scheduled for the period.

Additional district magistrate (city) Himanshu Gautam said, “The district magistrate has made it clear that any examination during the five-day period will have to be postponed. Schools and colleges shall remain closed between August 5 and August 9.”

Officials added that traffic diversions will remain in place from August 1-10 for the Kanwar Yatra.

“August 5 is a Sunday and August 9 is a gazetted holiday,” he maintained.

Officials said that all the meat shops on the Kanwar route in the district have already been shut and all liquor shops along the kanwar route will be closed from August 7 till the Kanwar Yatra gets over.

Traffic police officers said the internal traffic on city roads has not been diverted so far since the number of Kanwariyas is fewer than the previous years.

“In the coming days, the number of Kanwariyas and the vehicles accompanying them will increase. So anyone who wants to travel from Ghaziabad city to trans-Hindon areas will have to use the three crossings — Raj Nagar Extension, Meerut-crossing and Mohan Nagar. All other parts of major roads will remain blocked,” said SN Singh, superintendent of police (traffic).

Commuters travelling to Noida via NH-58 to NH-24 Link Road will be able to approach NH-24 but will not be allowed to use the other side of the road while returning from Noida.So, they have been asked to follow the route from Mohan Nagar.

According to official estimates, Ghaziabad district has nearly 100km of the Kanwar Yatra route from UP Gate to Meerut-crossing, Mohan Nagar to Delhi-UP border, Meerut-crossing to Kadrabad and also the pipeline road from Upper Ganga Canal to Loni.

“All routes have been made pothole-free and different agencies are working to maintain the roads. We also have installed 82 CCTV cameras at 61 points for surveillance. We have also set up Kanwar helpline camps at Muradnagar canal, Raj Nagar Extension, the district headquarter and the Meerut crossing. Here, the Kanwariyas can approach officials for any assistance,” Gautam said. 

Whom 18 bullets Munna Bajrangi killed, he was alive ..he told that in the 10 bullets who was dead Munna was another person

Munna Bajrangi was the first such culprit in the hands of AK-47,

For decades, the infamous criminal Munna Bajrangi, who was synonymous with the fear of the people, was killed in the same style as the one who used to kill innocent people. Mafia don Munna Bajrangi, who shot 400-400 bullets at a time, was arrested after firebrand Hindutva BJP leader Krishananand Rai, eating 10 tablets in Baghpat jail on Monday. 
For the first time in Uttar Pradesh, Munna Bajrangi, who had openly shot AK-47, had shot 18 people to a Varanasi man, even then that person is alive. These pills were killed by AK-47 Munna Bajrangi was the first such culprit in the hands of AK-47, when the UP police did not see this modern weapon in the 90’s. 
Munna, who executed many heinous acts, was the first AK-47 in Varanasi. Rajendra Trivedi is alive today by eating his 18 bullets. In fact, on April 6, 1997, Munna Bajrangi had killed four people, including the then student wing president Ram Prakash Pandey, former student leader Sunil Rai, Bhanu Mallah of Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth, after shooting gunfire from AK 47. All the people were returning after seeing former MLA Satya Prakash Sonkar, who was admitted to BHU Hospital from Maruti car, when the number of five-six people near Narayanas Jain Lodge had rattled nearly 1.55 tablets. 
In this attack Rajendra Trivedi survived alive after having got 18 bullets from AK-47, after long life and death in the hospital. After the death of Munna, the eyewitnesses of this massacre are still remembering the incident and remembering the incident. He says that those people who were killed that day were with them, 
Suddenly the noise of the bullets started to resound. Everyone tried to escape but Munna’s target was all of us. Four people died on the spot. Manor was extremely dangerous. Munna’s 18 bullets hit her, but she survived too big. Rajendra Trivedi says that he had become very sad with life. Stay in the shock of an incident that happened for a long time. Still remember that event 
If the news of Munna’s death had been reported, then the incident floated in front of the eyes again. He and his family lived in panic after so long. He explains that Munna had destroyed many houses together. He says that innocent people had murdered. God has punished Munna in that ruthless murder. He said that this was the fate of Munna Bajrangi, who killed innocent people.