Yogi’s new norms in Uttar Pradesh

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Since the day,  Yogi Adityanath took charge as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, he has been in limelight for actions taken by him in the state.

On average of 2- 3 days, Yogi Government comes with new rules and regulation for the betterment of the state like a crackdown on illegal slaughterhouses,  ban on pan and gutkha at govt offices, Anti Romeo squads and much more.

Not only this, by keeping his promise for transparent government, he ordered his ministers to showcase all their incomes and properties within the duration of 15 days.

With all these, Yogi Adityanath began a new revolution in the State.

Here we bring latest developments made by Yogi Government in Uttar Pradesh.

Jewar International Airport: UP CM has given green signal to Jewar airport project in Greater Noida, which was proposed around 15 years back.

Make the state Pothole-free:  Adityanath directed PWD to make all state roads pothole free by June 15, 2017. In the second cabinet meeting, state government sanctioned a budget of Rs 4,000 crores for doing so.

For Farmers:  The Government waived off crop loans worth Rs Rs 36,359 crore. With this, 94 lakh small and marginal farmers in Uttar Pradesh will be affected.

Education: Adityanath led government demolishes reservation for SC, ST, OBC candidates in private medical colleges.

For girl’s safety, self-defence training made mandatory in government schools.  Not only this, now are schools asked to conduct Yoga education program also.

Metro Train:  Metro train projects for Gorakhpur and Jhansi.

Modification in Anti Romeo Squad: After receiving several complaints of unnecessary harassment, UP Government directed police not to take actions against boys and girls hanging out together in public places with consent.

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