Adityanath had on Saturday said that the city will be renamed Bhagyanagar if the BJP is voted to power in Telangana.
In response to Yogi’s comments on renaming Hyderabad to Bhagyanagar, netizens took a potshot at BJP leaders, proposing various names for them.
Furthering his call for ‘Bhagyanagar’, UP CM says TRS and MIM have tacit ties in GHMC polls
Meanwhile, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra on Saturday asked the people to select between 'Vikas Yukt' BJP and 'Communal politics Yukt' AIMIM
Uttar Pradesh becomes first state to have law against ‘love jihad’, comes into effect with Governor's nod
The draft ordinance makes religious conversions using force, coercion, enticement, deceit, and fraud non-bailable and cognizable offences.
Rights guaranteed by Constitution safe only when society discharges its basic duties: Yogi Adityanath
Speaking at a program organised on the occasion of Constitution Day here, the chief minister said, "We all talk about the rights but try to run away from the duties".
The chief minister warned of stern action if complaints were received, an official spokesperson said.
Under the proposed law, a marriage will be declared 'null and void' if the conversion of a woman is solely for that purpose.
The chief minister said that from 72 tests per day on March 23, the state's testing capacity has grown and 1.75 lakh COVID-19 tests were conducted on Saturday.
He also interacted with village water and sanitation committee members during the event.
All the 37 cops are of the non-gazetted ranks, while the action is also being contemplated against three provincial police officers for laxity in the performance of duty.
Chief MinisterYogi Adityanath asks officers to get into ‘mission mode,’ complete 90% land acquisition by then.
As per the informed sources, the draft of the ordinance has been prepared and sent to the ministry of law and justice for its perusal after being approved, in principle, by CM Yogi Adityanath.
Adityanath also said educational institutions should provide technical support in the field of handicrafts.
The judge said the accused - Rakesh Kumar Awasthi - deserved no leniency on the ground that grave allegations were levelled against him.