Zero tolerance policy towards those who play with future of youth: Yogi Adityanath

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday said that “injustice” done to the youth is a “national sin” and added that his government will adopt the policy of zero tolerance towards those who play with the future of the youth.

The chief minister’s remarks come a day after the Uttar Pradesh government cancelled the recently held police constable recruitment examination following allegations of question paper leak and ordered a re-test within six months.

Addressing a function held here to distribute appointment letters to 1,782 selected candidates Adityanath said, “It has been our resolve (‘sankalp’) from the very first day that if the recruitment process is not moving ahead with honesty, then it is playing with the youth and forcing them to migrate for their talent.”

“If injustice is done to the youth, then it is a national sin. From the very first day, we have decided that whosoever plays with the lives and future of the youth, we will adopt a policy of zero tolerance and deal with those elements with the same strictness and harshest manner,” he added.

The chief minister said the government has taken action in the past also against those who tried to play with the future of the youth and is going to take strict action once again.

“We all use technology, similarly such elements also use technology for wrong doing. Many times I think that if those people had also thought of making efforts and not doing wrong while having a positive thought process. If they had done good work using technology, they would have progressed and been happy,” Adityanath said.

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