UP Police urged to use Heart before Power
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has advised the newly appointed policemen in Uttar Pradesh to use their heart before power. Speaking to 9005 candidates selected in direct recruitment, PM Modi emphasized the importance of being sensitive to society and using their heart before the government pole. He urged the candidates to become a reflection of service and power, so that criminals fear them and decent men feel safe.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also spoke at the appointment letter distribution program, emphasizing the importance of maintaining law and order in the state. He urged the new recruits to maintain Iqbal, the honor of every officer and employee, and to think ten steps ahead of criminals. The Chief Minister acknowledged that in the past, the morale of the police force had been broken, but that the current change in the police force was the vision of the Chief Minister.
Selected on Merit, not Bribery
DGP DS Chauhan emphasized that the new recruits were selected on merit without bribing anyone, a stark contrast to the previous government where talent was not the primary factor in selection. The recruitment of the new policemen is part of the government’s efforts to improve law and order in the state, which has historically been associated with the mafia and poor law enforcement.
The Importance of Service and Justice
Finance Minister Suresh Khanna reminded the new recruits that they should take satisfaction in service, rather than expecting personal gain. He warned that every relationship is meaningless in front of justice, emphasizing the importance of serving the community and upholding the law.
The recruitment of 9005 new policemen in Uttar Pradesh is a significant step towards improving law and order in the state. The Prime Minister and Chief Minister’s advice to use heart before power, maintain Iqbal, and prioritize service and justice are essential principles that the new recruits should take to heart. By upholding these values, the new policemen can become a reflection of service and power, earning the trust and respect of the community they serve.