Shah praises Yogi Adityanath for 'revamped law and order in UP', says BJP govts work for the poorest
"Today in 2021, I can say with pride that Yogi Adityanath and his team have taken UP to the top spot in terms of law and order," Shah said.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah will begin touring Uttar Pradesh from next month to motivate the party cadre ahead of the elctions.
The https://up.mygov.in/ is a platform to disseminate the schemes of governance and to know the opinion of common citizens on them, the UP government said in the statement.
The Chief Minister also asked the district administration to formulate a detailed action plan to check any further spread of the virus.
Promises and Performances apart, it’s the unalloyed Praise showered on Yogi Adityanath that left almost everyone speechless.
The revamp of Team Yogi could take place either by July-end or maximum by August first week.
'Wholly misconceived': Ex-civil servants, cops defend Yogi government against allegations of 'crushing' dissent
The 151 signatories to the statement include former UP chief secretary Yogendra Narain, former Sikkim High Court chief justice Permod Kohli and former CBI director Nageshwar Rao.
Nadda said four years ago the state was afflicted by appeasement politics where a particular caste used to get benefits and the other faced harassment.
He said in the state which sent PM Narendra Modi to the Lok Sabha twice, three to four lakh families lost their near and dear ones to Covid in the second wave.
Farmers will not vote for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) if they do not benefit from the government's policies, the BKU spokesperson said.
In his parliamentary constituency Varanasi after 8 months, PM unveils-lays foundation of projects worth Rs 1583 crore, including Rudraksha International Convention Centre
The prime minister will inaugurate public projects and works, including a 100-bed MCH wing in BHU, multi-level parking at Godauliya and a three-lane flyover bridge.
We should have faith in religion but that doesn't mean we can play with lives. The IMA had warned of a third wave. Even the prime minister had expressed concern over it, Subodh Uniyal said.
UP rural polls violence: BJP leader, Priyanka attack Yogi Adityanath; Editors Guild demands strict action against official
UP BJP working committee member Ram Iqbal Singh also referred to the poll violence in Etawah in which a police official was slapped by BJP workers amid violence during the elections.
Remarks by two former CMs over the arrests of the two men by the UP Police’s ATS have kicked up a row in the state, where assembly polls are slated early next year.