Bulldozer Justice: CM Yogi Adityanath directs to continue bulldozer action

12 June, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has convened a high-level conference on law and order on Saturday

Following Friday’s violence in several parts of the state, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath convened a high-level conference on law and order on Saturday, ordering officials to continue “bulldozer action” against criminals while also gathering information on their illegal funds and sources of income.

Despite the fact that certain accused’s properties were destroyed in a few districts, the CM stated that no action should be done against any poor family. “History sheeters and the mafia are being fought with bulldozers. A poor person should never be singled out. If a poor family has built their home in an undesirable location, the administration should first locate them another place to live before taking any action,” “According to the CM.

During a video conference with the dc and senior police officers on Saturday evening, the CM claimed that the violence on Friday had been attempted in Kanpur on June 3 will result to strong action against the accused.

“Those who utilized violence should be held accountable for the property damage they caused. In Prayagraj, the procedure of sending recovery notices has begun. It should be implemented as soon as possible in other districts. In this case, the most stringent measures should be adopted “he stated.

CM went on to say that unlawful money is used in anti-social actions, hence bank account and property information for conspirators and accused should be obtained.

He directed that authorities check their sources of income and that a dedicated team lead by a senior official be formed to do so.