This UP Official Gave A Hilarious Reply Through Letter To UP Administration For Cleanliness.

What an excuse sir g? the very first line came into my mind when I went through the letter written from Uttar Pradesh Secretariat to the UP Administration.

This letter was drafted on 24th March 2017,  by Virendra Kumar Verma (Admin, Lal Bahadur Shastri bhawan) UP Secretariat addressing the Uttar Pradesh Administraion regarding the mess witnessed by the new CM on his visit.

New CM of UP visited the annexe house (Lal Bahadur Shastri Bhawav) on the very next day of his oath ceremony and becomes the first CM to inspect all the floors of annexe after 1973.  Hemwanti Nandan Bahuguna was the CM of Uttar Pradesh that time in 1973 who priorly inspected the annexe.

 

Yogi, on his visit finds it all messy & dirty. It was reportedly inappropriate for the place,as, high official like chief secretary, principal secretary and other IAS officials use to work there.

In response to Yogi’s direction to foll Swacch Bharat Abhiyan, today, on 24th March, the annexe admin has replied to the UP administration saying that they don’t carry enough human capital to clean all the office at once.

 

Adding further, “all the officials of every department are asking for labour as its tough to carry almirah’s full of papers.”

He also mentioned in his letter that “ the Trash contractor is a sag, and sometimes he does not picks up the call. Yesterday, on 23rd March 2017, we asked for 50 trash bags and 4 labour  but he did not fulfilled the desire” he would have cried his heart out, mentioning this torture in his letter.

Can you people believe it that a state like Uttar Pradesh is unable to fulfil the human capital need for its officials . a state with 76% unemployment rate is unable to hire labor its govt. offices.

The government with a budget of 3.46 lakh crore( $51 billion) having such an issue, is a huge shame.

We can not say who’s fault it is, either the previous government, or the irresponsible officials or the “Trash Contractor” , but it is clear that Uttar Pradesh has got a long way to go for Development at every level.

Here is the actual Photo of the letter. Enjoy ..!!

 

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