Aanchal, a tenth student became a one-day SHO in UP! Dispute of two brothers resolved

Aanchal, a tenth student became a one-day SHO in UP! Dispute of two brothers resolved

Bahraich (UP). Under the 'Mission Shakti' program of the Uttar Pradesh government , Aanchal, a student of 'one-day police station', settled the dispute between the two brothers on Sunday. Superintendent of Police Vipin Mishra handed over the command of five police stations of the district to the girl students for a day on Sunday. Superintendent of Police, Dr. Vipin Mishra said that a day's charge of Anchal studying in a school in Gajadharpur to Fakharpur police station on Sunday morning, as part of a special campaign conducted as a mission power to protect, honor and make women self-reliant was assigned. Similarly, Additional Superintendent of Police (Rural) Ashok Kumar, in Khairighat police station, handed over charge of police station to the student Mansi Tiwari wearing a police cap.

In the village of Kotwali, Additional Superintendent of Police (City) Kunwar Gyananjaya Singh gave the charge of Kotwal to the 11th student Uma Singh. Mishra said that a campaign has been launched to make women and girls in police stations in the district police stations under Mission Shakti program to dissuade women from functioning of police, reduce fear of police and increase confidence. Five stations as experiment on the first day - Uma Singh, a student of class 11 in Kotwali countryside, Ira Fatima of class 10 in Nanpara, Mansi Tiwari of class 12 in Khairighat, Tanishka Singh of class 12 in Payagpur and Aanchal of class 10 in Fakharpur Took charge of the police stations and disposed of the applications and settled the disputes.

Hearing the problems of the complainants on the applications filed in the police station, the SHO-based girl students consulted and disposed of the police officers present there. During this time, Anchal came to the dispute at the disputed site with police personnel to solve the dispute after splitting between two brothers of Duzaipurwa village of Fakharpur police station area after the partition. Anchal understood the two brothers and persuaded them to take water from the same tank. District Magistrate Shambhu Kumar said, despite being capable, many daughters do not progress due to various reasons. The government and administration are continuously helping the daughters through many such schemes. It is worth noting that on the first day of Navratri last month, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath started the Mission Shakti program in the state. The program will run from Sharadiya Navratri to Vasantik Navratri.


Yogi said - Identity of UP becomes a model of better law and order rather than riotous state

Yogi said - Identity of UP becomes a model of better law and order rather than riotous state

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that Uttar Pradesh has changed its perception in the country and now it is identified not as a riotous, crime-ridden state, but a state with better law and order. Other states of the country are also adopting its model. Addressing a function organized on Sunday after inaugurating 'Uttar Pradesh Day' in Awadh Shilpagram, Yogi Adityanath said, "We have not only controlled professional criminals and mafia but also family criminals, which increased the chances of investment." is.

Giving good luck on the fourth edition of Uttar Pradesh Foundation Day, Yogi said that there is a feeling of pride in the culture and glorious tradition of India, Uttar Pradesh is called the heart of the country and also the center point of India's culture, civilization and freedom movement. is. He said that if the responsible people of the society do not have the spirit to carry forward their tradition and culture, then the society remains in a state of confusion and this situation has brought the state in the direction of disorientation in 70 years. Telling the story of organizing Uttar Pradesh Day, Yogi said, "When the Bharatiya Janata Party government was formed here in 2017, the then Governor made a proposal before us that most of the states of the country celebrate their foundation day and with the program They present an opportunity for the new generation by bringing forward their plans.

Yogi said, "When I made a proposal to celebrate Uttar Pradesh Day in front of the cabinet, I was gladly agreed and the event started, then the innovative scheme of 'Ek District-One Product' (ODOP) also started. The ODOP is one of the most popular schemes in the country and the Prime Minister also appreciated Uttar Pradesh Day, which started with this self-reliant India-inspired plan. The business was destroyed, but now the Ganges of development is flowing under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. 

He said that 'Up Divas' has been celebrated in Maharashtra since a long time but in Uttar Pradesh it was started by Chief Minister Yogi with the inspiration of the then Governor Ram Naik. Siddharth Nath Singh, Minister of State for Small and Medium Enterprises and Export Promotion, while referring to a district-one product scheme, said that it is strengthening the rural economy. He claimed that universities like Harvard will do research on Yogi's development model in the coming years. On this occasion, the Chief Minister honored women and male players, entrepreneurs, youth, milk producers and farmers with various awards. Several ministers and senior officials were present at the ceremony, including state agriculture minister Surya Pratap Shahi, city development minister Ashutosh Tandon. It is worth mentioning that Uttar Pradesh was established on 24 January 1950. On the initiative of former Governor Ram Naik Uttar Pradesh Day was started by the Bharatiya Janata Party government led by Yogi Adityanath. This time the fourth edition of Uttar Pradesh Day is being celebrated.