Uttar Pradesh / Yogi government gave big relief Three lakh cases filed in Corona period returned farmers got compensation for ruined crop

Zoom News : Oct 26, 2021, 08:53 PM
Uttar Pradesh | Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath gave two big reliefs to the people of the state on Tuesday. On the one hand, an order has been issued for the return of more than three lakh cases registered against the common man during the Corona period, on the other hand, 30.54 crore rupees to give compensation to more than 90 thousand farmers in 35 districts for crops ruined by unseasonal rains and floods. has been issued.

Taking a big decision, the Yogi government has decided to withdraw lakhs of criminal cases filed against common people during the Corona period. The order related to this was issued by the Justice Department on Tuesday. Sitting or former MPs, MLAs, Legislative Council members are kept out of this purview. Their case will be considered separately only with the permission of the High Court.

Law Minister Brijesh Pathak said that all district magistrates have been asked in writing to withdraw the cases registered in violation of Kovid-19 protocol and lockdown. Now the process of withdrawing such cases which have been registered in the court will start. This is the first time that such a large number of cases are being withdrawn from a single judgment. Meanwhile, in the instructions issued by Pramod Kumar Srivastava II, Principal Secretary, Justice Department, it has been said that more than three lakh cases have been registered across the state under Disaster Management Act 2005, Epidemic Act 1897 and Section 188 of IPC, in which charge sheets have been filed. Yes, the withdrawal proceedings should be initiated. In fact, in this case, the government has to complete this action in three months and submit the implementation report to the Allahabad High Court. If such cases are not withdrawn, then there is a provision to punish the person concerned with a maximum sentence of two years in court and also to impose fine.

The Ministry of Home Affairs had given advice

The Union Ministry of Home Affairs had advised the states to review the cases of violation of the Kovid-19 protocol, thereby saving ordinary citizens from unnecessary court proceedings, criminal cases pending in courts and citizens from criminal proceedings. Can go In this sequence, the Ministry of Home Affairs, after reviewing such criminal cases, was asked to consider withdrawing the cases.

90 thousand farmers will be given compensation

The state government will provide relief assistance under Agricultural Investment Grant to 90,950 farmers of 35 districts to compensate for the crops damaged by the floods. For this, Rs 30 crore 54 lakh 16,203 has been released to these districts. Additional Chief Secretary Manoj Kumar Singh has issued a mandate in this regard on Tuesday.