Yogi Adityanath puts police, administration on 24×7 alert after Friday violence

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Saturday that Uttar Pradesh police and the administration were placed in 24×7 alert mode, and that anti-social elements could make similar efforts in the near future.

Such revenues are often used in antisocial activities and the authorities concerned are concerned about creating a dedicated team to look into illicit income.

The Chief Minister said that anti-social elements tried to disrupt peace and harmony and destroy the atmosphere in Prayagraj, Saharanpur, Moradabad, Hathras, Firozabad and Ambedkar Nagar on Friday. Similar attempts were made in Kanpur on the 3rd of June.

Yogi Adityanath said, “Illegal income is always spent on anti-social activities. So collect all the details of the bank accounts and assets of the accused and the accused. Track and investigate their financial sources.

He made this statement at a special law and order meeting held with top police and administrative officials in Lucknow and simultaneously in a video conference with the commissioners, district officials and police chiefs of all districts.

“Field officials have the authority to make any decision to safeguard law and order,” he said.

“We have given early warning and that is why most districts of the state are peaceful. “Keep this peace and be careful,” Yogi said in a statement issued by the state government.

He commended the police for effective action, saying in a statement that the chief minister said the situation in the state is under control but “be prepared for any situation”.

“It is sad that the conspirators used the teens for their evil purposes. Therefore, all the conspirators need to be identified and traced. ”

The Chief Ministers said all delegates in the meeting should have a dialogue with religious leaders and prominent citizens in their respective areas and, at the same time, continue to be strict against goons.

“Take an example from the actions that anti-socialists do not dare to disturb the atmosphere,” he said.

“To compensate the guilty for the loss of public and private property in such incidents,” he said.

Several districts of the state and some other places in the country have witnessed violent protests following Friday’s prayer over the alleged blasphemous statements of two former BJP spokesmen.

“There is already a tribunal on the damage to public and private property. So act quickly, ” he said.

“Don’t touch the innocent, don’t leave the guilty, carefully scan the CCTV footage to catch the culprits, issue a ban wherever necessary, deploy additional police forces in sensitive areas, walk the police in the evenings,” Yogi said.

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