Deal sympathetically with those in bank queues Akhilesh Yadav asks officials

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav addressing a press conference at his official residence in Lucknow on saturday.Express photo by Vishal Srivastav 17.09.2016

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav after suspending two police officers, including an SP, for lathi charging people outside a Fatehpur bank, a day prior, instructed top officials to deal sympathetically with those standing in queues trying to withdraw money or exchange notes.

“The state government is with the general population who are confronting issues in the wake of demonetisation, and will give all help conceivable,” Akhilesh said in an announcement here.

Instructing District Magistrates and Police Superintendents to manage all segments of society with a thoughtful and delicate state of mind, the main priest cautioned particular area organizations that those discovered in charge of unseemly conduct with individuals will confront stern activity.

The chief minister likewise guided all DMs to guarantee that ranchers don’t confront any issue in securing seeds, manures and different products since rabi sowing is as of now on.

Recently, the CM had taken genuine note of lathi charge on individuals remaining in line at a bank in Fatehpur and suspended Superintendent of Police Ram Kishore and SHO Sanjay Kumar Yadav.

The move was made after a video of a policeman lathi charging individuals remaining at the bank in Kishnupur range turned into a web sensation via web-based networking media with nearby channels likewise airing it.

“The work of police is to individuals, who are now agitated because of demonetisation. Lathi charging them is bad,” he had expressed.