The government hoarding in the Kotwali premises is openly flouting the code of conduct. There are all kinds of discussions among the people associated with political parties regarding this.
Government hoardings installed in the Kotwali campus have been a topic of discussion these days. Actually, the picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been put on the said hoarding. There is also a picture of a policeman. It is written on the hoarding - 'Fear free society, our resolve, safe women, its first option.' The women of the state are becoming safe and empowered with Mission Shakti. Thinking honest, strong work.' Apart from this, the Government of Uttar Pradesh is also written. This hoarding is openly flouting the election model code of conduct. It is said that on the implementation of the Model Code of Conduct with the announcement of the assembly elections, a campaign was launched by the municipality administration under the leadership of SDM Sandeep Kumar in the past and hoardings-banners of political parties were taken down from various places. After this, the municipality administration seems to be sleeping as no campaign is visible. In such a situation, the question also arises whether no one noticed the long hoardings installed in the Kotwali premises. Accused of taking down banners to raise awareness
Jagran Correspondent, Shamli: Salman Ahmed, a resident of Qaziwada, has accused the municipality of taking down banners to make them aware of the prevention and vaccination from Corona. A complaint has been made to the District Magistrate in this regard.
The complainant said that the corona infection is increasing very fast. The government also insists that the speed of vaccination should increase. Therefore, a large number of banners were put up to make them aware of the guidelines for prevention of corona, vaccination and cleanliness. The banner had nothing to do with any political party, but on the instructions of the cleaning inspector of the municipality, Safai Nayak has taken down the banners. It seems to have been done out of malice. Sanitation Inspector Adesh Saini says that all the banners and posters were written on them as the candidate of the councilor from the concerned ward. As such, they have been removed as per the rules.