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The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has greeted people of the State, specially the Sikh brethren, on the occasion of Guru Govind Singh Jayanti.-DMs should take all necessary steps immediately to provide relief to poor and destitute from cold wave — C.M.0-A large number of prominent citizens, belonging to different sections of the society, arrived at the official residence of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Ms. Mayawati to greet her on the occasion of New Year.-C.M. reviews law and order situation at a high-level meeting Brijlal gets the charge of ADGP, law and order of east and west zones
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C.M. greets people on Guru Govind Singh Jayanti

Lucknow: January 04, 2010

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has greeted
people of the State, specially the Sikh brethren, on the occasion
of Guru Govind Singh Jayanti.

In a greeting message, Ms. Mayawati said that Guru Govind
Singh, who established Khalsa Panth, had set an example of
supreme sacrifice, which was a source of inspiration to all of us.

She said that Guru Govind Singh, throughout his life, waged
battle against discrimination, useless traditions and other social
evils and the society drew inspiration from his personality and
deeds. She said that establishing an egalitarian society would be
best tribute towards Guru Govind Singh.

On the occasion, Ms. Mayawati offered her good wishes to
people and appealed to maintain an atmosphere of peace and
harmony to mark Guru Govind Singh Jayanti.
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DMs should take all necessary steps immediately
to provide relief to poor and destitute from cold wave
— C.M.

CM reviews situation arising out of cold wave
Lucknow: January 04, 2010

Keeping in view the intense cold wave that has enveloped the State; the
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has directed the officers to ensure that
bonfires were lit up at the public places in all the 312 tehsils of the State. To
save children from the cold wave, she has also ordered closure of all the schools
up to class 8 till Saturday, 09 January 2010. She said that the State Government
was committed to save poor and destitute from the cold wave.

The Chief Minister was reviewing the situation arising out of cold wave in
the State at a high level meeting held at her official residence here today. She
directed all the DMs to take steps to save poor and destitute people from the
intense cold wave immediately. She asked all the DMs to ensure that bonfires
were lit up at rural/urban public places in all the 312 tehsils of the State, so that
poor and destitute people got relief. She also directed the DMs to ensure
distribution of blankets free of cost to the poor and needy.

Ms. Mayawati said that adequate amount had been arranged for the
bonfires and distribution of blankets among the poor and destitute all over the
State. The Government had sanctioned Rs. 10.84 crore for bonfires and
distribution of blankets. She said that the DMs could withdraw additional amount
if needed to provide relief to the people. This additional amount could be
withdrawn from TR-27, so that the poor and needy faced no difficulty.

The Chief Minister asked the officers to ensure that adequate number of
bonfires was set up in urban and rural areas of every tehsil. She said that the cooperation
of local urban bodies should also be sought in it. She further directed
the officers to set up rain-basera¼jSu&clsjk½, so that the poor and destitute did not
face any difficulty.

Following the orders of Ms. Mayawati, the Chief Secretary has also directed
all the DMs to set up bonfires in rural and urban areas of all the tehsils of the
State and also ensure free distribution of blankets.

It may be recalled that the State Government has allocated about Rs. 9.28
crore for the distribution of blankets among the poor which comes around Rs.
2.57 lakh per tehsil. Besides, it has also sanctioned Rs. 1.56 crore for setting up
bonfires in all the tehsils of the State which comes around Rs. 50,000 per tehsil.
It may be recalled that the State Government has purchased blankets
(1000 blankets per tehsil) from U.P. Handloom Corporation and U.P. Export
Corporation to provide the same to the poor and needy in all the tehsils of the
State.
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Large number of people greet C.M. on New Year
Officers should work with new zeal — C.M.

Lucknow: January 01, 2010


A large number of prominent citizens, belonging to
different sections of the society, arrived at the official residence
of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Ms. Mayawati to greet her
on the occasion of New Year.

Ms. Mayawati while accepting the greetings of the New
Year said that the state government was committed for the
welfare and betterment of deprived and exploited people of
Sarva Samaj. She said that officers related to public welfare
programmes should work with new zeal and ensure to fulfil the
targets of their departments at all costs. She also said that
more works for the welfare of poor and weaker sections of
society were still needed.

Those who greeted the Chief Minister were - Chairman
State Advisory Council Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra, Cabinet
Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, Additional Cabinet
Secretary Mr. Vijay Shankar Pandey, Media Advisor to C.M. Mr.
Jameel Akhtar, Chief Information Commissioner Mr. R.S.
Pankaj, Chief Secretary Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta, Principal
Secretary Home Kunwar Fateh Bahadur, D.G.P. Mr. Karamveer
Singh, Principal Secretaries/Secretaries to C.M. including other
senior officers, party office bearers and workers and eminent
citizens.
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C.M. reviews law and order
situation at a high-level meeting
Brijlal gets the charge of ADGP,
law and order of east and west zones

Lucknow: 31 December 2009

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has strictly directed for
taking effective action against notorious criminals, mafias and anti-social
elements. She has emphasised to improve the functioning of police stations,
so that complaints of poor and weaker sections could be listened and they get
justice. She said that any slackness in this regard would not be tolerated. The
rule of law by law was included among the top priorities of the government,
she added.

The Chief Minister was reviewing the law and order situation and control
on crimes at a high-level meeting here today at her official residence. She has
underlined the need to keep strict vigil on bordering districts.

During review, the Chief Minister found that for better co-ordination
between east and west zones which had been made for effective control over
crimes and law and order in the State, the charge of both the zones should
remain with only one additional D.G.P. of law and order. Keeping this fact in
view, she decided to give the charge of both the zones to ADGP, law and
order, Mr. Brijlal. Besides, the process of change to review the law and order
situation and control over crimes by the Chief Minister has also been started.
The Chief Minister also directed that ADGP, law and order would hold
review meetings for east and west zones with all range in-charge police IGs
and DIGs in Allahabad and Meerut respectively. She directed that ADGP, law
and order would make surprise inspection of east zone districts every month
for two days. Similarly, two days surprise inspection would be made in the
districts of west zone. Besides, these surprise inspections, on the spot visit
would also be made.

Ms. Mayawati also directed that besides the surprise inspections of
ADGP law and order, Principal Secretary Home and DGP would also review the
law and order situation and control over crimes in the districts of east and
west zones for two days by making visit in districts.

The action report in view of these directives would be presented to the
Chief Minister by Principal Secretary Home and DGP in the end of every
month.

On this occasion, Principal Secretary Home Kunwar Fateh Bahadur and
DGP Mr. karamveer Singh were present, besides ADGP law and order, first
and second.
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