All the officials were asked to bring party Sankalp Patra in the meeting he chaired at Lucknow's Lok Bhavan.
In first of its kind instruction, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday directed all senior government officials to read and carefully implement the points mentioned in Bharatiya Janata Party’s pre-poll ‘Sankalpa Patra’ (BJP’s election manifesto). Adityanath’s instructions came in his first meeting after taking over as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister. All the officials were asked to bring party Sankalp Patra in the meeting he chaired at Lucknow’s Lok Bhavan. The CM also directed all the officials to submit details of their movable and immovable properties and income tax within a time period of 15 days. The meeting was also attended by Deputy CMs KP Maurya and Dinesh Sharma. Adityanath was sworn-in as the 21st chief minister of Uttar Pradesh after becoming unanimous choice of 312 BJP MLAs in Uttar Pradesh.
In his first press conference, Adityanath vowed to implement promises made by BJP in its manifesto. Adityanath added that he will be committed to eradicate ‘goondaraj’ from the state and take forward PM Narendra Modi’s mission of ‘sabka sath, sabka vikas’. Adityanath’s mega oath taking ceremony, which was held at Smriti Upvan in Lucknow, was attended top leaders including PM Narendra Modi and Amit Shah among others.
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Earlier in the day, BSP supremo Mayawati fired salvo on Adityanath and said that he will “divide the state on communal lines” and push RSS agenda in the state. The BSP supremo also said that Adityanath Government will not be able to maintain law and order in Uttar Pradesh. “In Uttar Pradesh, it does not matter if it is the SP or the BJP in power. They cannot control law and order. BJP has appointed a priest as chief minister who will not take forward the agenda of development but will push the RSS agenda. They will divide Uttar Pradesh on communal lines. Now, there will again be an environment of fear in the state,” she told reporters outside Parliament.