Lucknow: On the orders of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, two officers including the Deputy Labor Commissioner of Noida have been suspended. A complaint was made against him to the government for taking bribe from a Japanese company. After which the matter was investigated, the allegations were found to be true. After this action has been taken against Deputy Labor Commissioner DK Singh and Labor Inspector Mithilesh Kumar Sinha.
Recovery complaint was received through email
Sources said that Yukinori Kabe, director, Seiko Advance India Pvt Ltd, had complained to the UP government through email. It was told in the complaint that the Deputy Labor Commissioner and his associates were making unauthorized pressure to recover the money. These people have been collecting money from the company in the past as well.
After the complaint was made on January 9, the officers posted in Kanpur got the entire matter investigated. In a joint investigation by Additional Labor Commissioner Dilip Kumar Singh and Deputy Labor Commissioner RP Gupta, the allegation of laxity on Deputy Labor Commissioner Dharmendra Kumar Singh posted in Noida was found to be correct.
After the investigation, CM Yogi took action against Noida’s Deputy Labor Commissioner DK Singh and the devotees who met him were banned. In the investigation, it was found that the foreign investors were not treated properly by Dharmendra Kumar Singh by not giving them time on time, which tarnished the image of the government department. Not only this, there has also been talk of recovery being made on Labor Inspector Mithilesh Kumar Sinha posted with him, who has been suspended.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that those who harass entrepreneurs, investors and businessmen in Uttar Pradesh will not be spared. If any government employee or officer tries to stop the work of any entrepreneur, strict action will be taken against him. Our aim is to provide a clean environment to industries and investors in the state. Those who come in the way of this campaign will be severely punished.