Uttar Pradesh: Election winning streak shows people’s faith in us: Yogi Adityanath Lucknow News – Times of India

Lucknow: Chief Minister Yogi AdityanathThe one who completed 100 days of his second term on Monday said that BJPRepeated victory in all elections from assembly elections To Vidhan Parishad The election, followed by by-elections to two Lok Sabha seats, was a testament to the belief that the people had ousted the administration of his government.
insisted on commitment of the government Talking about ‘Service, Security and Good Governance’, the Chief Minister said that the work done by his government in the first 100 days has set the tone for the expectations to be done in the next five years. “In 2017 the first cabinet decided to waive farm loans and in 2022 the first cabinet expanded free ration distribution to 15 crore poor people,” he said.
“After the assembly elections, elections were held for 36 seats in the Legislative Council. The BJP won 33 of them, while the remaining three were won by independents. All other political parties became void. After 87 years, the Legislative Council Congress finally became “free”. In two Lok Sabha by-elections, in seats won by SP in 2019, BJP registered an impressive victory. Our government was sworn in on March 25, 2022. This is the first time in the history of UP that A government has completed its five years and has been re-elected, a CM has completed its term and returned to power.”
Highlighting the agenda of his government in the coming years, the CM said that UP has an important role to play in ensuring India’s development. As part of that strategy, the cabinet had identified 10 sectors in the state for which a detailed plan has been drawn up and which will help take UP’s economy to USD 1 trillion. Giving credit for the success of his previous government to ‘team work’, the CM said that team work would also form the basis of the next five years’ governance in UP. Groups of ministers were formed, which had so far visited two commissioners each in the last 100 days, overseeing the projects and the public chaupals.