Shun VIP culture, connect with masses says CM Yogi

CM Yogi

Lucknow: After the disappointing results of the Lok Sabha elections in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a meeting with cabinet colleagues on Saturday. During this, CM Yogi instructed the ministers to go among the public and listen to their problems as well as solve them. The Chief Minister said that the government should go among the public for the public, ministers should go among the public, we do not accept VIP culture.

Emphasis on making public hearing and CM helpline more effective

CM Yogi said that adopt the policy of dialogue, coordination and sensitivity with the public. Chief Minister Yogi told the ministers to widely publicize the achievements of the central and state government on social media. Emphasis on making public hearing and CM helpline more effective. Effectively implement e-cabinet system for cabinet meetings and e-office system in all departments.

Every department has the goal of making the state’s economy one trillion. Ministers should review as per the action plan. Go on regional tours again soon. The Chief Minister said that the ministers should review the budget allocation and expenditure and take full care of the timeliness and quality of the projects. He also directed to make the efforts of plantation, School Chalo Abhiyan and communicable disease control successful.

There will be a change in the UP cabinet soon

This was the first cabinet meeting in UP after the Lok Sabha election results. The BJP leadership is not happy with the election results in UP. In such a situation, a round of reviews has started at the government and organization level.

It is being speculated that as soon as the new government is sworn in at the Center, changes will start in the cabinet and party in UP as well. In the Lok Sabha elections, the BJP could get only 33 seats on its own in UP, while before the elections, claims were being made of victory on all 80 seats in the state. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP won 62 seats in UP despite the opposition alliance of SP-BSP.


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