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 CM Yogi’s order, to strictly follow lockdown, camp 7 days in every district for senior IAS

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath) has insisted on strict adherence to the lockdown rules. For better arrangement, one senior administrative officer has been asked to be posted in every district. This officer will be at the level of Additional Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary and Secretary. These officers will guide the officers posted in the districts by communicating with them.

He said that 75 senior officers to be nominated will camp one week in the respective district and review the situation on the spot and provide necessary guidance to the local authorities. He instructed to get the services of qualified officers of Forest Service and Commercial Tax Department along with senior administrative officers in this work.


The Chief Minister gave these instructions while reviewing the status of the lockdown with Team 11 on Friday. He directed the police to do effective patrolling and said that regular patrolling on the border area as well as highways and expressways prevent accidents. It helps a lot. He emphasized the usefulness of foot patrolling in markets. The Chief Minister directed that with the safe return of migrant workers / workers, they should be taken safely to the Quarantine Center. So far, over 20 lakh migrant workers / workers have returned safely to Uttar Pradesh. In view of their number, ultra red thermometer and pulse oximeter should be arranged in each quarantine center.

The Chief Minister said that ration cards should be made to all migrant workers / workers for providing food grains on a regular basis along with 15 days food grains kit. During the home quarantine, they should also be provided a maintenance allowance of Rs 1000. Skill mapping of migrant workers / workers should be done in the quarantine center. Along with completing the home quarantine, fast work should also be done in the direction of providing employment to them. He directed the Food and Logistics Department to contribute in providing free food grains to every needy. He said that monitoring committees set up in rural and urban areas should be kept active. By communicating with the members of these committees through CM Helpline, information about their surveillance work should be obtained.


The Chief Minister directed that the action plan for setting up a Virology Lab in each district should be taken forward immediately, with the testing capacity being increased to 10,000 tests per day. He instructed the district magistrates to inspect the quarantine centers set up for the medical team.




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