Uttar Pradesh Approves Commissionerate System Of Policing For Lucknow, Noida

Uttar Pradesh Approves Commissionerate System Of Policing For Lucknow, Noida

Yogi Adityanath said that the state capital Lucknow and financial capital of the state Noida will have an Additional Director General-level (ADG) official as police magistrate.

Yogi Adityanath said that a system of CCTVs will likewise be set by in Lucknow and Noida

Lucknow:

The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh on Monday affirmed the commissionerate arrangement of policing in Lucknow and Noida, which targets giving more powers to the police.

The choice was taken at a bureau meeting led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

Conversing with journalists after the gathering, Mr. Adityanath said that the state capital Lucknow and financial capital of the state Noida will have an Additional Director General-level (ADG) official as police magistrate. Both police magistrates will have authoritative forces.

The framework gives more powers, including authoritative forces, to cops and is focused on better and compelling policing. Under the new framework 40 police headquarters in Lucknow will be brought under the police magistrate who will have a group of two Inspector-Generals as joint magistrates, nine Superintendent of Police-rank (SP) authorities and a woman official of SP rank alongside a woman official of Assistant director of police rank, the Chief Minister said. The woman officials will work only for bodies of evidence identifying with wrongdoing against ladies and their control.

In Noida, under the Additional Director General position, there will be two Deputy Inspector Generals (DIG), five SPs, an SP-rank woman official and an ASP rank authority for traffic control.

"Since the previous 50 years, there was an interest to uphold the police commissionerate framework for shrewd policing and today the bureau has taken a choice in such manner," he said.

"It was being considered since the past at some point that this framework ought to be utilized for the urban populace however it was overlooked as a result of the absence of political self-discipline. I am glad that it has been endorsed for execution in these two significant regions," he said.

According to the 2011 statistics, Lucknow had a populace of around 29 lakh which today has arrived at 40 lakhs while that of Gautam Budh Nagar (Noida) was 16 lakhs and today is 25 lakh, Mr. Adityanath said. The bureau has likewise endorsed setting up two new police headquarters in Noida, he said. Moreover, a system of CCTVs will likewise be set by in these two areas, he included.

To an inquiry, if other significant urban areas will likewise have the police commissionerate framework, the Chief Minister said whatever means are required for better peace will be taken.

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