Minister Swati Singh’s mercury climbed during review meeting of development works, reprimanded these officers fiercely

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After 6 months of the Corona period, the minister in-charge of Sitapur, Swati Singh visited the district.

Sitapur After 6 months of the Corona period, the minister in-charge of Sitapur, Swati Singh visited the district. During this visit, the Minister in-charge held a review meeting of the schemes of development works and at the same time stressed upon the CM’s ambitious plans to be implemented smoothly. In this meeting of the minister in-charge, the police and administrative officer of the district and the people’s representative of the district were also present. In this meeting held 6 months later, the minister in charge also reprimanded several officials for being negligent in development plans.

Ascended Minister’s Mercury

The minister in-charge also distributed appointment letters to the 5 teachers who were deprived of appointment letters in the court order 69 thousand teachers recruitment case and also joined the CM’s VC. While reviewing the development works, the minister in-charge reprimanded the CMs for negligence in the health services on the basis of the complaints of the representatives and other reports and also instructed to take strict action on the negligence in the treatment of Corona patients. During the meeting, the CDO was also reprimanded by the Minister in-charge for the laxity in construction of toilets under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and the Swachh Bharat Mission, and instructed him to improve by giving instructions. During the interaction with the media, he also said on the incident of Barabanki and Ballia that the government is taking strict action against the culprits and whoever gets involved in it will not go to any box. He said that the CO and SDM have been suspended by the CM in the Ballia case and investigation is going on in other cases, strict action will be taken against those who are guilty.





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