100 days on, U.P. Govt to connect with public

Lucknow: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and all the ministers of the state government will go among the masses as the state government turns 100 days old. The Chief Minister said the achievements of the first hundred days of Yogi Sarkar 2.0 will be shared with the people.

On July 4, Chief Minister Yogi will connect at the state level and all the remaining ministers in the designated districts and tell the achievements of the government for 100 days and the goals of the next six months. Various departments gave presentations in this regard in the cabinet meeting held recently under the chairmanship of CM.

After the formation of Yogi Sarkar 2.0 in the state on March 25, the CM had instructed all the departments to prepare an action plan for 100 days, six months, one year, two years and five years. The 100-day tenure of the government is ending on July 5. The Chief Minister has directed Chief Secretary Durgashankar Mishra to complete the target of 100 days by June 30 in any case.

It was told in the meeting that on July 4, the Chief Minister will tell the achievements of hundred days by holding a press conference in Lucknow. At the same time, all the ministers, MPs and MLAs will go among the public and give information about the achievements of the government for 100 days along with the promises of Lok Kalyan Sankalp Patra. The department will also tell its achievements. Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Brajesh Pathak, Jal Shakti Minister Swatantradev Singh, Agriculture Minister Surya Pratap Shahi, PWD Minister Jitin Prasada, Tourism Minister Jaiveer Singh, Higher Education Minister Yogendra Upadhyay were also present in the meeting.

The CM said that it is the priority of the government to live up to the trust expressed by the people in the Rampur and Azamgarh Lok Sabha by-elections. He directed all the departments to review the ongoing development projects especially in Rampur and Azamgarh. He said, not a single proposal of both the districts should remain pending.

The Chief Minister’s Office will also review the ongoing and pending development projects in these two districts. The CM said that Hariharpur of Azamgarh is an ancient place of music seekers. He instructed to prepare a proposal for the necessary project for the art-music seekers in Hariharpur in consultation with the eminent artists of the music world. The Chief Minister also directed to get the work of strengthening Bilaspur Sugar Mill in Rampur done.

The Uttar Pradesh government plans to celebrate 100 days in office in a grand manner on July 5. Special functions will be held across the state and people will be told about the achievements of the government. The chief minister directed all the departments that the target of the first 100 days should be completed by June 30.

The CM said that a detailed action plan should be prepared in relation to operating one CHC in each district on PPP mode.

He called for action to be taken immediately for the establishment of a health ATM. The CM also suggested a special system for ‘daggamar’ buses which can be allowed to ply on special routes. “With this, the facility of transport will be accessible even in remote areas of the state,” he said.”

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