Yogi Adityanath is now taking a stern stand on corrupt administration and police officers in Uttar Pradesh. By the policy of zero tolerance in the state, the Yogi government has now taken a step towards making the administration of the police similarly trustworthy. Now there is talk of the compulsory retirement of crooked police officers who have reached the age of 50 in the country.
Where the DGP Headquarters of Uttar Pradesh has considered the opinion of the screening committee of all officials, in reality, Yogi Adityanath had recently issued orders to compel corrupt officers to resign during the Home Department review. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said during the meeting that there is no need in UP Police for those officers and workers who are not truthful about law and order.
Police officers are colliding with offenders, and they are stigmatised in the name of the uniform. He also said that you have all the opportunities available for you. According to a completely false storey, and why they live on the lane, why are the instances of the crime happening? And after the incident, why not take any more action.
If a media investigation of an incident occurs, it is only then the action is taken. In Uttar Pradesh, where there are cases of violence, people ask the same issue. Also, it is said that there will be forced retirement for workers who do not work as planned.