Strict instructions from CM Yogi, no gambling during Diwali

Lucknow: In view of Diwali, UP CM Yogi Adityanath has issued orders to the administrative officers to prepare. To avoid disturbing the atmosphere on the occasion of the festival, he has warned of strict action against those who disturb peace. Warning at a meeting held in Lucknow late on Saturday night, he said that action should be taken against people who gamble on the occasion of Diwali under Rasuka and they should be sent to jail.

Along with this, CM Yogi has also asked to control the sale of adulterated foods. CM Yogi told the officials that on this occasion, efforts will also be made to sell poisonous liquor. In such a situation, the district administration, excise department and police should form a team to prevent this. But in the midst of all this, CM Yogi has also asked to take care that no one should be tortured.

During the meeting, CM Yogi said that no accidents should happen due to gunpowder and firecrackers. The work of selling gunpowder stores and firecrackers and firecrackers should be done in the open, away from the residential area. Fireworks shops should also be kept away from populated areas. Complete arrangement of fire fighting. Police and administration officials should not harass the firecrackers in any way. Instead of taking action against DJ players, they should be made aware of the guideline of the Supreme Court.

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