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Inspection Day 2: CM Yogi Adityanath pays surprise visit to 'Hazratganj Thana'

The CM, on Thursday, paid a surprise visit to the Hazratganj police station, located at the busiest square of the city. Sudden arrival of the CM panicked the officers present at the station as he inspected the cleanliness and working routine of the on duty officials

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima DwivediBy Arnima Dwivedi

Published on 23 March 2017 6:15 AM GMT

Inspection Day 2: CM Yogi Adityanath pays surprise visit to Hazratganj Thana
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Lucknow: A day after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inspected the cleanliness of the UP Secretariat office his next stoppage was the Hazratganj Thana in the capital city of Uttar Pradesh

The CM, on Thursday, paid a surprise visit to the Hazratganj police station, located at the busiest square of the city. Accompanied by Directorate General of Police (DGP) Javeed Ahmad and and other senior police officers, he also inspected the Mahila Thana and the Hazratganj cyber cell situated in the same premises.

Sudden arrival of the CM panicked the officers present at the station as he inspected the cleanliness and working routine of the on duty officials. As many as 43 police stations of the city have been alerted.

The UP CM has advised the police officials to maintain cleanliness and to be punctual to their office timings. All officials were asked to cooperate in the government's initiative of making the city a clean and corruption free place.

Also Read: UP secretariat staff in ‘attention’ mode, Yogi inspects every room

Yogi Ministers broom their offices:

Not only the CM, his council of ministers too are paying special attention towards the Swach Bharat initiative. In an attempt to carry forward the initiative, one of his ministers himself took up the broom to clean his own office.

Irritated with the unclean surrounding at his office, Minister of State (Independent) for land development and water resources Upendra Tiwari, on Thursday, started cleaning his office on his own.

Another Minister Suresh Khanna, looking after the Parliamentary affairs ministry in the Yogi government, administered the oath of 'Swachta' to the Lucknow Nagar Nigam officials.

The officials pledged to maintain basic hygiene and cleanliness at their workplace. These officials were also asked to be punctual and complete all their pending official works within a week.

Energy minister Srikant Sharma also administered the oath to the employees working under him.

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Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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