UP Police recruitment 2022: Yogi Adityanath govt to recruit 10,000 cops in next 100 days

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10,000 police officers will be recruited to the UP police within the next 100 days, Yogi Adityanath announces

Highlights

  • More than 10,000 police officers will be recruited to the UP police.
  • Of the 5,381 articles, 86 are newspaper category articles and 5,295 are non-newspaper articles.
  • Yogi Adityanath has commissioned the police to complete a targeted action plan.

Uttar Pradesh’s Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath announced on Friday that more than 10,000 police officers will be recruited to the UP police as part of a 100-day target plan. He has commissioned the police to complete a targeted action plan, including the recruitment of 10,000 police officers for the vacancies. In addition to this, Mission Shakti will also be launched today (April 2).

Additional Secretary-General, Interior Minister Awanish Awasthi said that of the 5,381 posts, 86 are in the newspaper category and 5,295 are unpublished.

In the beginning of the second innings of the Yogi Adityanath government, the Prime Minister has held review meetings for various ministries and issued the necessary instructions to further strengthen governance.

According to an official statement, the Prime Minister has also instructed that from the first day of Navratri (Saturday), the police department will run a special campaign for girls’ safety, and the Anti-Romeo Squad will be activated near schools and colleges.

Additional Chief Secretary, Home, Awanish Awasthi said that in accordance with instructions from Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister, approval for new posts is also given to ensure the availability of labor according to the requirements of the police force and make the police administration better.

“From the first day of Navratri, the police department will launch a special campaign relating to the safety of women. ‘Anti-Romeo’ troops will be activated near schools and colleges. In the evening, the police will conduct foot patrols in the lively markets and cramped places “, the statement said.

“Anti-Romeo” groups were formed shortly after Yogi Adityanath took office as Prime Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 2017, fulfilling the BJP’s election promise to “protect women’s honor” once the party comes to power.

(With PTI inputs)

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