CM Yogi’s action on careless 73 officers who failed to address the grievances of the people

Lucknow: In UP, the CM Yogi government has issued notices to 73 officers who failed to address the grievances of the people. Explain that the confidential report was sent to the Chief Minister’s Office by the local administration, police etc., for which notices have been issued to 73 officers who failed on the basis of the feedback received on the Public Hearing Portal and CM Helpline.

Know to whom the notice was sent

Let us inform you that the officers to whom the notices have been sent have failed. They include 10 Heads of Departments, 5 Commissioners, 10 District Magistrates, 5 Development Authority Vice Presidents, 5 Municipal Commissioners and 10 Tehsildars. Apart from these officers, clarifications have been sought from 3 ADGs and IGs, 5 IGs and DIGs, 10 Commissionerates, SSPs/SPs as well as 10 police stations.

The reason for issuing the notice was to identify the worst performing departments in terms of addressing public grievances and issues personnel, AYUSH, technical education, agricultural marketing, infrastructure and industrial development, housing and urban planning, vocational education. , Namami Gange and rural water supply and environment, forest and climate change.

The CM has taken strictness regarding the matter, to which a government spokesperson said, “The Chief Minister has issued show cause notices to 73 officers who have failed to resolve the state and have sought explanation from them on the allegation of negligence. Please inform that this notice has been issued on the basis of a confidential report of the month of July.

Let us inform that CM Yogi has held several meetings with all departments, administration and police, in which it has been made clear on all occasions that negligence will not be tolerated at any level. Public grievances should be resolved at the earliest. Despite so many warnings, when complaints started pouring in against the officers and departments, the Chief Minister has taken a more strict stand on the issue and issued notices against the negligent officials.”

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