Agra, Ghaziabad, and Prayagraj were added to the commissionate system in Uttar Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh cabinet adopts police commissionerate scheme in three districts . Agra, Ghaziabad, and Prayagraj districts will be the first to have their own commissionerate .

Lucknow (India), November 25 : The Uttar Pradesh cabinet, led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, adopted the police commissionerate scheme on Friday in Agra, Ghaziabad, and Prayagraj districts, saying, This is a very well decision to include Agra, Prayagraj, and Ghaziabad in the police commissionerate scheme.Maurya said the Yogi government had previously implemented a police commissionerate system in Gautam Buddha Nagar (Noida), Kanpur, Varanasi, and Lucknow, the state capital, to improve police services and maintain law and order.Sharma said the initiative was taken considering the increase in population, the importance of these districts, as well as the importance of providing better police services and keeping law and order.Agra, which has a population of 44,18, 797, as per the 2011 census, is important for agriculture, tourism, and law-and-order.Ghaziabad, which has a population of 46,61,452, is also a large and busy district.It is part of the National Capital Region (NCR) and is important from a commercial standpoint.

Prayagraj will also host Maha Kumbh 2025, according to him.The police commissionerate system has so far been implemented in three phases in seven major cities.Lucknow and Noida adopted the Commissionerate system on January 13, 2020.Sujit Pandey and Alok Singh were the first police commissioners in Lucknow and Noida.Once the commissionerate system is established, all three commissionerates will be appointed.

The changes will make it possible to review the districts' laws and order more quickly.Purchase: The districts will also be divided into several zones to enhance law and order.Once the commissionerate system is implemented, the order of policing will change.ACP will be assigned to police stations instead of CO.They will have more rights and also be permitted to take decisions in the case investigated.

After a notice is sent, the current scheme will go into place.

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