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Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath said there is a need to intensify the campaign against illegal drug trafficking and drug trafficking in the state and for that the guard and intelligence departments must play an important role.

“Vigilance should be heightened at the state’s interstate and international borders. In addition to the Ministry of the Interior, urban development and rural development must also be involved in this campaign. Better coordination should ensure the toughest action against the drug mafia, ”said the Prime Minister here on Saturday.

The prime minister reviewed efforts across sectors including police, firefighters, women’s safety at a high-level meeting convened at his official residence here on Saturday.

He pointed out that Uttar Pradesh shares its border with Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar and Delhi, so border management is a very important issue from a development and security perspective. He said young and energetic officials should be deployed in county administrations, including police stations, tehsils and development blocks in the state’s border counties, and there should be adequate human resource availability in all departments.

The prime minister said 100 percent saturation of the welfare systems of central and state governments in all border counties should be ensured. “All eligible needy people must receive the benefits of the state systems. The progress of the programs in these districts should be reviewed separately,” he said.

To back up his point, the premier said that there are movements from neighboring states in the border counties, and these counties in such a situation are like the brand ambassadors of the state, so it is necessary for the administration there to be cooperative.

“These districts should have mandis, malls, malls, good schools and better transportation. Targeted efforts should be made in this direction,” he said.

“UP police should patrol alongside Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) team. Maintain better coordination with SSB as it will help improve law and order there,” he said.

The prime minister said every UP district should have a cyber police station to curb cyber crime. “Cyber ​​security is an important topic of today. After the police zone, a cyber crime station must now be set up in each district of the state. A detailed plan of action in this regard should be prepared and submitted at the earliest,” he said, adding that the work of the under-construction UP State Institute of Forensic Sciences in Lucknow is expected to be accelerated in collaboration with the National Forensic University in Gandhinagar.

The prime minister said the system of issuing fire clearance certificates should be changed to make it more practical. At the same time, the fire law should be further improved by adopting necessary changes, he added.

“The ‘Safe City Project’ has proven very useful in fulfilling the resolve of women’s safety, respect and self-reliance. Through this project, a modern control room under Lucknow Police Department, Pink Police Booth, Asha Jyoti Kendra, CCTV cameras, help desks in women’s police stations, panic buttons on buses and other security measures have helped in the implementation of this project. The departments of budget, urban development, housing, institutional finance and state taxation should draw up an action plan for safety precautions such as surveillance cameras, pink toilets, panic buttons on buses, etc. in all public places through public cooperation,” he said.

The prime minister said that lately everyone has learned about the importance of surveillance cameras for women’s safety and fighting crime. He said currently, the cities’ security system has become intelligent with the integrated traffic management system installed as part of the Smart City project. “Many dealers have helped install CCTV cameras. We have to make a campaign out of this,” he added.

The premier said efforts must be made to make more and more cities safe cities with financial management through convergence with inter-ministerial coordination. He said given the usefulness of the Safe City project, it could be expanded to include all municipal bodies. In this regard, he said a detailed plan of action should be prepared.

The Prime Minister said that the Uttar Pradesh Police Force, the country’s largest civilian police force, is now receiving recognition in the country and the world for its professional efficiency, ability and efficiency. He said every effort should be made to modernize the police force. “Whether equipment or training is needed, all requirements should be met immediately,” Yogi said.

Minister for Urban Development and Energy Arvind Kumar Sharma, Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister SP Goyal, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Home and Information Sanjay Prasad, Director General of Police DS Chouhan, Principal Secretary (Housing and Urban Development , and senior officials including Nitin Ramesh Gokarn, Information Director Shishir, were present.

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