Con­duct sur­vey to iden­tify for­eign na­tion­als stay­ing il­le­gally in UP: Adityanath

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Ut­tar Pradesh Chief Min­is­ter Yogi Adityanath has di­rected po­lice of­fi­cials to launch a sur­vey to iden­tify for­eign na­tion­als stay­ing il­le­gally in the state.

The chief min­is­ter also said that an in­ten­sive cam­paign should be con­ducted to check in­fil­tra­tion of sus­pi­cious el­e­ments from states shar­ing bor­ders with Ut­tar Pradesh.

“A statewide sur­vey of for­eign na­tion­als, who are stay­ing il­le­gally in the state should be con­ducted, and they should be sent out,” an of­fi­cial UP govern­ment state­ment said quot­ing Adityanath.

The chief min­is­ter is­sued the di­rec­tions at a meet­ing to re­view the law and or­der sit­u­a­tion in the state on Wed­nes­day. “There is no place for crim­i­nals in the state, and they should be forced to leave the state. In­ef­fi­cient and in­sen­si­tive po­lice sta­tion in-charges should be iden­ti­fied, and they should be shown the door,” he said.

Adityanath asked po­lice of­fi­cials to make the state “crime-free” and “cor­rup­tion-free” and di­rected them to crack­down on crim­i­nals. “If there is any un­to­ward in­ci­dent dur­ing Deep­awali and Ch­hath Puja, ac­tion will be taken against the po­lice of­fi­cials con­cerned. Con­tin­u­ous pa­trolling us­ing 3,200 ve­hi­cles of Dial-100 ser­vice should be en­sured to keep an eye on crim­i­nal el­e­ments,” the chief min­is­ter said.

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