151 former IAS officers and judges wrote letters appreciating the work of Yogi government during the Corona period
Lucknow: The forum of retired officers and judges has praised the Yogi government's Kovid management. 151 former IAS officers and judges have written letters appreciating the work done by the government during the Corona period. The Forum of Intellectuals has shown a mirror to those opposing the action being taken by the Yogi government against the anti-national forces. The forum has appreciated the law and order situation while supporting the action being taken against the criminals in UP. Forum of 151 intellectuals has written a letter saying that one should not forget how the state government arranged for the maintenance of 40 lakh migrants during Kovid. Along with his treatment, arrangements were also made to send him home.
Yogendra Narayan, former Secretary General of Rajya Sabha and Chief Secretary of UP, Raj Bhargava, former Chief Secretary, Sanjeev Tripathi, former chief of 'Ra', SM Soni, Lokayukta of Gujarat, SVS Rathore, former Judge of Allahabad High Court, Kerala In the letter signed by all the intellectuals including former Chief Secretary Anand Bose, former diplomat Laxmi Puri, Vidya Sagar, Ashok Kumar, Virendra Gupta, former Punjab DGP AP Pandey and PC Dogra, it has been said that the way the Yogi government has done UP In controlling the second wave of covid, he is an example for the whole world.
Taking a dig at those questioning the government's action against anti-national forces, the forum said those raising questions should go through the NCRB report before the formation of the Yogi government and the NCRB report after the formation of the government. The Forum of Concerned Citizens has rejected that claim, In which it was alleged that minorities are being targeted by the UP government in the name of police encounter. In an open letter issued by the Forum on Monday, it has been said that some former bureaucrats are making false and fabricated allegations for political reasons. In a statement issued by the Forum of Concerned Citizens, headed by former Secretary General of Rajya Sabha Yogendra Narayan, has termed the allegation of targeting minorities as baseless. The forum, citing the data in the letter, said that between 20 March 2017 and 11 July 2021, a total of 8367 encounters took place in Uttar Pradesh. In these, 18025 criminals were injured. Of these, 3246 were arrested and 140 have died. Of the criminals killed, 115 were bounty.