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Yogi impact: Cops in a ‘clean-up’ act

SSP and her subordinates take cleanliness oath at police lines

lucknow Updated: Mar 25, 2017 13:02 IST
HT Correspondent
Aditya Nath Yogi

SSP Manzil Saini initiating the cleanliness drive at the police lines on Friday.(HT Photo)

In compliance of directives from chief minister Aditya Nath Yogi, SSP (Lucknow) Manzil Saini along with other police personnel initiated cleanliness drives at police lines and police stations of the city on Friday.

Saini and her subordinates took an oath at the police lines to maintain cleanliness and perform their duties with honesty.

The SSP said the cleanliness drive was carried out across all 43 police stations and other police offices of the district. She picked up the broom to initiate the drive and also instructed officials to ban paan masala at police stations and offices. Cops were also asked to get the paan stained walls white-washed.

Police personnel cleaning the premises on Friday. (HT Photo)

The armoury, lock-ups and storerooms at the police lines were cleaned properly and waste papers and garbage were disposed of, she said.

Later, the SSP also made chapattis in police personnel’s mess at the police lines. She spent over two hours with women cops in making chapattis. She also directed the police lines in-charge to repair some dilapidated rooms and buildings on the premises.

Paan-stained walls white-washed

The cleanliness drive was carried out across all 43 police stations and other police offices of the district.

The SSP picked up the broom to initiate the drive and also instructed officials to ban paan masala at police stations and offices. Cops were also asked to get the paan stained walls white-washed.

She also made chapattis in police personnel’s mess at the police lines. She spent over two hours with women cops in making chapattis.