Yogi Adityanath who sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh on March 19, cracks down on VIP culture in the state.
Yogi Adityanath who sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh on March 19, cracks down on VIP culture in the state. As per the order by the CM, no minister in the state will be allowed to use the red beacons atop vehicles. On his first day after the swearing-in ceremony, Aditynath sent a strong statement against corruption as he asked all the ministers in his cabinet to provide their income, moveable and immoveable assets within 15 days. Cabinet minister Srikant Sharma said, “As uprooting corruption is the main agenda of our party, the CM in his first introductory meeting with his ministers directed them to give details of their income, moveable and immoveable properties with 15 days to the (party) organisation as well as the secretary (to CM).”
Earlier in the week, Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh who assumed the Chief Minister’s office from March 16 also said no to the use of red beacons on top of the minister’s vehicles. All the beacons have been removed from the vehicles of Punjab Chief Minister and his council of ministers, after Amarinder Singh decision to put a ban on its use on government vehicles.
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Earlier in an interview CM Adityanath in an interview to the media said that his government will follow PM Narendra Modi’s ‘sabka saath sabka vikas’ ideology and claimed that the previous governments were corruption-ridden because of which the state had suffered. He said, “In past 15 years, UP lacked in race of development as previous governments indulged in corruption, nepotism and failed on the law and order front due to which people were affected.”
After the oath taking of the CM, Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma sworn-in as the two deputy Chief Ministers of the state on Sunday in Lucknow in the presence of Governor Ram Naik, PM Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah.