Since taking over as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath has taken bold statements which have surprises many intellectuals in India. His elevation as the chief minister has caused a flutter across the country’s political spectrum.
Yogi Adityanath today attended the inaugural session of a two-day BJP state executive meet at Lucknow. He vouched to end the politics of casteism and appeasement. He also claimed that the agenda of development and nationalism will only grow and sustain.
He also claimed that people have realised that BJP is the only party that has stood for the their welfare.
Yogi also declared that UP government will present a new and modern excise policy under which the sale of liquor will not be allowed along national and state highways as well as near educational institutions or religious places and in densely populated areas.
He boasted about his state anti-Romoeo squads and claimed that women are feeling a little safer now and situation will improve further.
Yogi also claimed that females have appreciated his anti-Romoeo squads while many opposed the move. He also said that his government is following the directions of the National Green Tribunal of shutting down illegal slaughter houses.
He also proposed a plan to revive the four sugar mills in the UP as well as expansion of one mill.
Yogi Adityanath claimed that UP and whole India will realise soon that his government is working towards ending the holliganism.
He also proposed that in the next academic season starting from July this year, children of government primary schools will get a new uniform, shoes and ‘chappal’ (slippers).