The government led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath completed one month of its second term today i.e. on 25 April. During his one-month tenure, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken swift decisions to implement the promises made in the pre-poll Lok Sankalp Patra. If experts are to be believed, then given the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is seen in action mode. He is keen on fulfilling all those promises which he had promised in BJP’s Sankalp Patra before the elections.
Along with improving the health system of the state, the government has continued to attack corruption. In Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi Adityanath government 2.0 has made plans for other departments along with improving the health system in five years. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s campaign against corruption continues. Bulldozers running against illegal constructions and work had also become a big issue in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections 2022. The government’s bulldozer is also running fiercely now. The police have also given impetus to their campaign against the criminals and Romeo. The government has emphasized housing for the farmers, women, the unemployed as well as the poor. Along with the officers, the responsibility of the ministers has also been fixed to bring all these schemes of the state government on the ground. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is also constantly testing their work.
30 days of Yogi 2.0:
Free ration scheme extended for 3 months: As soon as he was sworn in as Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath decided to extend the free ration scheme for three months in the very first meeting of the cabinet.
Zero Tolerance Against Corruption: The Yogi Adityanath government has continuously increased the role of zero tolerance against corruption in its second term as well. During this, the District Magistrates of Sonbhadra and Auraya were suspended. Along with Ghaziabad SSP Pawan Kumar, many other officers also came on the radar of the government in the case of negligence and corruption.
The discipline of government employees on priority: The Chief Minister also took strict steps on the lateness in government offices and the working style of shuffling files. Instructions are given to the employees and officers of all departments to reach the office on time, 30 minutes of lunch break, and reach the workplace after the lunch break. Punishments have also been decided against the officers and employees who do not obey this order.
Property worth more than two hundred crores seized: In the second term of the Yogi Adityanath government, swift action against criminals and mafia continues. Within a month, property worth two hundred crores acquired illegally has been confiscated.
Bulldozers run in more than a hundred places: The government is not in a mood to give any relaxation in the matter of illegal construction and land grabbing. So far, more than a hundred mafia and criminals have been bulldozed on illegal works and places. During the removal of illegal occupation, the Chief Minister has directed that no action will be taken against the poor and shopkeepers.
Order for payment of 8000 crore sugarcane in a hundred days: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath paid attention to the payment of sugarcane farmers as soon as he took power again. He also directed to pay Rs 8000 crore to sugarcane farmers within 100 days.
Recruitment for the posts of Anganwadi workers: After assuming the power of the state again, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has also fixed his priority in the matter of government jobs and employing the people. He has directed to fill 20,000 posts of Anganwadi workers in six months.
Recruitment on 5381 posts of Police Inspector: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has approved 86 gazetted and 5295 non-gazetted new posts for the police force.
The term of the Police Reform Commission extended: The Chief Minister extended the tenure of the Police Reform Commission, set up to modernize and improve the police system in the state till June 30.
Anti Romeo Squad resumed: CM Yogi Adityanath in his first term decided to continue the Anti-Romeo Squad formed for the safety of women and girl students and continued in his second term as well.
Recruitment of women in 20 percent posts of Home Guards: The Chief Minister also decided to increase the representation of women in Home Guards. In the recruitment to be held in Home Guards, 20 percent of posts were also ordered to be filled by women.
Ten thousand jobs in a hundred days: The Chief Minister was directed to complete the recruitment of ten thousand posts lying vacant in various departments within the tenure of the government.
2.51 lakh houses for the poor in six months: The Chief Minister directed to expedite the housing scheme for providing pucca houses to poor families. He said that 2.51 lakh houses should be built in six months.
Grant of one lakh for the marriage of poor daughters: Under the Chief Minister’s Mass Marriage Scheme, the amount of grant for the marriage of poor daughters has been increased from 50 thousand to one lakh.
Tablets and Smartphones to students: In fulfilling the promise made in its Sankalp Patra, the introduction of the tablet and smartphone scheme to students has also started within 30 days.
Home and land to 63 Hindu families who came from East Pakistan: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took important decisions in the first 30 years, including the decision to give two acres of land to 63 Hindu families who came from East Pakistan 52 years ago for their cultivation.
Loudspeakers and mikes will not be installed in new religious places; The sound of loudspeakers installed at old places should also not go outside the premises.
Ban on religious processions: After the Jahangirpuri violence in Delhi, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath banned religious processions without permission to maintain peace in the state. This decision of the Chief Minister was welcomed by the religious leaders of all religions.
Smart Village on the lines of Smart City: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also directed the development of Smart Village along the lines of Smart City. Along with this, he has asked the officials to prepare an action plan in this regard.
Purohit Welfare Board: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was directed to constitute a welfare board for the elderly saints, priests, and priests of the state.
Hundred Days Action Plan: CM Yogi Adityanath also directed the ministers and officers of all departments to prepare a hundred days action plan. Along with this, the presentation of all the departments was also reviewed.
Orders for night rest in the districts to the ministers: To bring down the development plans of the government on the ground and better coordination with the officials, the ministers have been instructed to stay overnight in the district.
Instructions to the SDM and CO to listen to the problem at night: The Chief Minister directed the SDM and CO posted there to solve the public problems at the tehsil level, to rest at their place of posting and solve the problems of the people.
The goal of 100 percent admission in government schools: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, very serious about increasing the literacy target of the state, started the School Chalo campaign in those nine districts where the literacy rate is very low.
Launch of Communicable Disease Control Campaign: The Chief Minister started the Communicable Disease Control Campaign in the state. Along with this, instructions were given to improve the medical system.
Free travel for old women in buses: The Chief Minister has sought an action plan for free travel for women above 60 years of age in Transport Corporation buses in the state. It is going to start soon.
Quick transfers: CM Yogi Adityanath transferred more than one and a half dozen IAS and IPS officers to improve the law and order situation in the state.
One lakh solar pumps for farmers: Given the increasing problem of electricity in the coming times, CM Yogi Adityanath’s emphasis is on alternative energy sources. The government has set a target of providing one lakh solar pumps to farmers in five years. It will cost 2 crores. Farmers will get rid of expensive electricity with solar pumps.
The number of doctors and medical students will increase in medical colleges: Given the shortage of doctors in the state, the Chief Minister directed to increase seven thousand MBBS seats in medical colleges and to fill up the posts of lecturers and professors at the earliest.
The target of 10 crore investment in two years: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath directed the officials to increase investment and generate employment in the state. He has set a target of investing ten lakh crores in two years.
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