Mayawati pulls up officials during Noida, Ghaziabad trip

Sunday, February 20, 2011

NOIDA/GHAZIABAD - From lack of green cover to lesser number of cases registered by the police, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati found a number of reasons to pull up officials as she went around Noida and Ghaziabad cities Sunday on her tour of the state’s western parts.

Mayawati landed first at Noida’s City Centre and visited the district hospital in sector-39, where she pointed out the lack of green cover around the hospital.

Even as the the Noida authority chairman tried to clarify that the hospital was to be shifted to the new building in sector-31, she was not satisfied and asked officials to launch plantation efforts on a massive scale.

She also noticed that there was no gap in the road divider near the front gate of the hospital, and asked officials to provide one to make it easier for people to reach the hospital.

Mayawati then visited the sector-39 police station where she inspected the daily register and queried the less number of cases registered.

She asked her accompanying officials to take the name of the three police officials - Superintendent of Police (City) H.N. Singh, Additional Superintendent of Police Alankita Singh and Inspector R.K. Singh - about whom she would take a decision when back in Lucknow.

Mayawati next went to Ambedkar village at Raghunathpur in Hapur area where she inspected the school and asked the students about the quality of midday meal, free books and scholarship.

She also inspected the daily register of Pilkhuwa police station.

From there, Mayawati reached Ghaziabad and inspected the register at Kotwali police station. She instructed the SSP to launch a massive hunt for organised criminal gangs, vehicle theives and other professional criminals.

She also visited the women’s hospital and inspected each ward, issuing instructions about hygiene.

Her helicopter then landed at Pratap Vihar from where she visited the Kanshi Ram residential scheme. After visiting several other residential colonies of the area, she left for Baghpat.

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