To crack down on cybercrime, there is a need to set up cyber police stations in all the districts of the state: CM Adityanath
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said that there is a need to set up cyber police stations in every district of the state. In a statement issued here, the state government said Adityanath held a high-level meeting with the officials of the Home Department on Saturday. The Chief Minister told the officers that there is a need to intensify the campaign against the illegal drug trade, horse trading, and drug smuggling in the state.
He said that for this, vigilance and intelligence will have to be improved in the sensitive districts. Vigilance should be increased on the state's inter-state and international borders. Along with the Home Department, the Urban Development and Rural Development Department will also have to cooperate in this campaign. Strictest action should be ensured against the drug mafia with better coordination. He also stressed the need to open cyber crime police stations in every district. In a high-level meeting held at his official residence on Saturday, Chief Minister Adityanath reviewed the efforts being made in various fields including police, fire, and women's safety.
According to a government statement, he said that Uttar Pradesh shares its border with the nation of Nepal as well as Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, and Delhi. Border management is a very important subject from the point of view of development and security. Youth, visionary, and energetic officers should be deployed in the district administration including police stations, tehsils, and development blocks in the border districts of the state.