CM Adityanath orders to install biometric machines in govt offices
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday ordered to install biometric attendance system at all the government offices across the state. He took the decision to control the officials who have developed the bad habit of reaching the office late.
Yogi, in a meeting at Shastri Bhavan with his ministers, chief secretaries and secretaries of the departments he is heading, pointed out the works of the officials, and asserted that no laxity in delivering the duties will be tolerated.
He warned the government officials that those failing to punch on time will suffer disciplinary action. He has also ordered to install CCTV cameras in the government offices to keep a close watch on the staff.
Yogi also asked the officers to take appropriate steps to address the grievances of public.
On the medical services front, the UP CM said that the doctors' presence should be ensured in the hospitals and patients should get medicines at affordable prices. He ordered to open 3,000 medical stores that would help the common people to purchase medicines at low rates. He also asked the officials to ensure transparency in purchase and distribution of wheat among the poor.
It may be recalled that CM Adityanath on his very first day in the office had ordered all the government employees to be punctual.
On receiving reports that anti-Romeo squads were humiliating couples in public, CM asked the officials not to touch the genuine couples at any cost.