Thursday, 30 March 2017

CM Yogi Adityanath’s first address to Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha.

Yogi Adityanath’s first address 

to Vidhan Sabha as UP CM.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed the state assembly for the first time since taking oath as the CM.

FE Online | March 30, 2017, Lucnow

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed the state assembly for the first time since taking oath as the CM. Addressing the Vidhan Sabha, Yogi Adityanath said that no community in the state would be discriminated against as the government and the opposition will work united, towards public welfare. He further also congratulated independent MLA, Hriday Narayan Dixit on becoming the speaker of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly. He then spoke to the BJP MLAs and ministers in the state and their use of the red light on government vehicles. Adityanath acknowledged that these leaders were in charge of the 22 crore people of Uttar Pradesh and thus were entitled to a few privileges but they were to use these privileges with caution.

He said that the government officials and ministers could use the red light on their vehicles for official purposes but not when they were travelling with their family or for personal use. He further said that the public representatives must use the power and privilege allotted to them by the government with care and caution. He further added that no family or friends of these government officials, ministers, MLAs etc would interfere in the government activities in the state. Before coming to the Vidhan Sabha for the address, the CM had met with all BJP leaders and asked them not to strongarm the police or the public. The police have also been asked to stay away from commenting on social media.Although Yogi Adityanath’s ascension to the throne of the Chief Minister of the largest state in India came as a surprise/shock to many, the CM, since taking his oath has set upon a path to fulfil all the poll promises that Bhartiya Janata Party had made during the election campaign. Although certain promises such as the ban on illegal slaughterhouses and the introduction of Anti-Romeo squads have received a mixed response from the public. All the slaughterhouse owners in the state have gone on an indefinite strike after the government implemented the ban. Similarly, the Anti-Romeo squads have been accused of moral policing despite senior police officials’ repeated warnings.
Courtesy: Financial Express & Zee News.

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