Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today visited Patla in Modinagar, Ghaziabad and addressed a gathering of locals and farmers from the region. He said that the BJP Govt is determined to ensure the release of pending payments due to the cane farmers from sugar mill owners. He said that any mill management defaulting on payments will be sent to jail and gave a deadline of dec 31 to clear the payments. He also inaugurated a statue of farmer leader Chaudhary Charan Singh.
The CM said that the state government has so far provided 32,000 jobs to the public and more are in the offing. He pointed out that the process for recruitment of 92,000 policemen in the police force is underway. In the first phase recruitment of 42,000 policemen is on anvil and 50,000 more jobs in police force for the youth of the state will be up for grabs soon. He also exhorted the youth of Western UP to participate wholeheartedly in the recruitment process for various jobs.
According to a source, some parents tried to show black flags to the CM but were quickly whisked away by the police.
The CM also said that any officer found involved in corruption will be sent to jail and his property will be attached. Thereafter, the CM went to attend Uttarakhand fair Mahakauthik at Indirapuram. He also laid foundation of reconstruction of old bridge on Hindon River at NH 58, besides laying foundation of several others.