The plan submitted by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is been cleared by the Supreme Court as to fill Lakhs of vacancies in the police force of India’s most populous state.
Yogi Adityanath took over as Chief Minister in Uttar Pradesh a month ago, has planned to recruit 33,000 constable and Sub-Inspector every year, as to fill the gap by 2021, September.
If there are delays the Supreme Court said, the blame will be on the Principal Secretary or the senior Bureaucrats in the Home Ministry.
Supreme Court said last week that about 5.52 Lakh posts in the Police Forces of different states must be filled urgently. Uttar Pradesh have different shortage with 1.5 Lakh vacancies, against a sanctioned strength of 3.5 Lakh constables and officers.
In 2013 the case was filed as a Public Interest Litigation.