Uttar Pradesh cabinet minister Shrikant Sharma, while stressing that law and order is a priority for the Yogi Adityanath government in the state, said 'Ram Rajya' can only be established if rule of law prevails in the state
Uttar Pradesh cabinet minister Shrikant Sharma, while stressing that law and order is a priority for the Yogi Adityanath government in the state, said ‘Ram Rajya’ can only be established if rule of law prevails in the state, an Indian Express report said. “Chief Minister Adityanath has made it clear to everyone that only the rule of law can usher in Ram Rajya and he has said there will be no compromise on this,” Sharma was quoted by Indian Express as telling reporters in an informal interaction at the BJP headquarters in Delhi.
The minister, responding to questions on incidents of violence allegedly involving Hindu Yuva Vahini, which was founded by Adityanath, he said the chief minister has instructed the police that no nuisance, whosoever is creating it, should be tolerated.
The minister also expressed hope that Uttar Pradesh will see a new situation emerging in the state as the government is taking steps against illegal connections in order to make uninterrupted power supply available in villages.
Earlier this month, Yogi Adityanath had told workers of Hindu Yuva Vahini to maintain proper behaviour in whatever work they do, as Indian Express report had revealed. He asked the group not to misuse the saffron colour as the outfit’s image as well as of BJP would suffer. “The CM has asked leaders and workers to behave with decency,” P K Mall, the state organisation secretary of the Vahini was quoted as saying by India Express.
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The report further said that the chief minister held a closed-door meeting with leaders of the outfit in the Gorakhpur region and advised them to monitor the execution of government schemes. The chief minister is reportedly concerned about the ruling party’s image in the state.