As Yogi Adityanath completed 100 days in office as the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister on May 26, the Congress on Tuesday slammed his government for failing to improve the law and order in the state.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Government had assumed office on March 19 after winning 325 of the 403 Assembly seats along with its allies.
After taking the office, the Adityanath-led government tried to fulfil the elections promises including waiving off farmers loan, improving law and order situation, curbing corruption, power supply and many more.
Earlier on June 18, a review meeting of six departments, including Social Welfare, Disabled Welfare, Minority Welfare, Backward Class Welfare, Women Welfare, Food Safety and Drugs Departments, chaired by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was held in Lucknow.
The meeting was held to review the works done by the ministers in the 100 days of the Yogi-Government.