Yogi Adityanath’s 100 days in power: ‘Working for all without discrimination,’ says CM
Although the state has seen violent clashes between Dalits and high caste men in Saharanpur and the suppression of illegal slaughterhouses during this time, Yogi Adityanath said his government will work for all without discrimination.
Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed his appreciation for the work done by his government in its first 100 days of government and outlined the initiatives that began during this period.
The Minister was accompanied by all cabinet ministers to the function where he published a pamphlet detailing the achievements of the government.
“After the training of the anti-Romeo teams, women in the state feel a lot safer,” the head of government told ANI news agency.
The BJP had promised to train anti-Romeo squads, as part of state police, to control harassment of women in public places.
But the decision has resulted in many heartburn, because many people complained of being confused with garbage and badly treated by the police.
Adityanath also spoke of the agricultural exception loans announced by his government that they waive Rs 36,359 of debt to thousands of agricultural families in the state.
He has said that the pressure to give up farmers’ debt does not lead to development projects.
Although the state has seen violent clashes between Dalits and high caste men in Saharanpur and the suppression of illegal slaughterhouses during this period, the Chief Minister said that the government works for all without discrimination.
He accused previous governments accused of falling into the “jaatiwad” (caste system) and “pariwarwad” (nepotism).
“Pichle 14-15 saalon UP Vikas will be pichhad gaya tha aur jativaad parivarvaad ke mein ulajh (In the last 14-15 years, UP has fallen on development parameters, trapped in the network of discrimination based on caste and nepotism) “Adityanath said.
In addition, announced that “January 24” is celebrated each year by the festival of Uttar Pradesh.