Crime rate has increased in the state, accepts former UP CS Alok Ranjan
Fatehpur: Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Secretary and chief advisor to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Alok Ranjan on Friday accepted that rate of crime in the state has gone up.
It may be pointed out the Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on several occasion had claimed that condition of law and order in Uttar Pradesh was much better than the condition in other states citing the records of National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB).
Ranjan was in Fathepur to chair the review meeting of governmental schemes. He has got the rank of cabinet minister.
Here is what Ranjan said:
- The rate of crime in the state has gone up in the state lately.
- District Magistrate and Police Chiefs will be responsible for curbing this increased rate of crime.
- Ranjan express concern over the condition of power supply in the district.