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140 Days of Yogi Government

August 16, 2017


Initiatives taken by Yogi Government:

The Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) painted Uttar Pradesh, the most populous state of India, saffron by a historic win in the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election 2017 which were held in seven phases from 11th February to 8th March, 2017.

Aditya Nath is a mahant at the Gorakhnath Mathh. He is alluded as being the furious leader of the Bharatiya Janta Party. He became the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh on 26th March, 2017. He has been elected to the Parliament for five consecutive terms i.e. 1998,1999,2004,2009 and 2014. Adityanath has been BJP’s most controversial leader. He known as furious man for his affiliation with the Hindutva ideology. He showed his strength to the senior leaders of BJP by organizing a Vishwa Hindu Mahasammelan and spreading across the message that it is impossible to ignore a firebrand leader like the current Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

On 19th March, the Bharatiya Janta Paty (BJP) had a historic win in the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly as the party won 325 seats of the 425 assembly seats along with its allies. The Uttar Pradesh Government marked its successful functioning of hundred days by releasing a booklet titled “100 din vishwas ke” on June 27th, 2017. The booklet highlights the achievements of the Uttar Pradesh Government. The achievements of the Uttar Pradesh government enlisted in its booklet “100 din vishwas ke” are as follows –

  • The BJP lead state government stirred up a storm with its crackdown on illegal and mechanized slaughterhouse, the state of Uttar Pradesh which is one of the most populous state witnessed strike of thousands of meat sellers against U.P. Government’s act of meat crakdown.

  • In order to curb the instances of harassment of women and eve teasing, Yogi Government had set up anti-romeo squads.

  • The Yogi Government curtailed school holidays on the birth and death anniversary of historical figures, leaders and social leaders,

  • BJP lived upto its pre-poll promise of waving off farm loan in Uttar Pradesh. On the very first meeting of the Uttar Pradesh cabinet, wavier of farm loans of upto one lakh from each of small and marginal farmers was decided. From the sugarcane farmers, loans worth rupees 22,000 were waived off. Approx 2.15 crore small and marginal farmers were benefited by this decision of the BJP lead Uttar Pradesh government.

  • Metro in Gorakhpur- In order to benefit the people of his Lok Sabha constituency, Gorakhpur, the Chief Minister Adityanath announced Metro train projects for Gorakhpur and Jhansi.

  • Laxity in the state government offices is condemnable by Adityanath’s government. As the Chief Minister had already warned that those officers who could not work 18 to 20 hours could leave their jobs.

  • Another initiative of the Yogi Government was banning pan and gutka at government offices.

  • The newly elected Chief Minister Yogi has pledged that by 2018 each house in the state of Uttar Pradesh will have toilets and thereby making Uttar Pradesh to be open defecation free state.

  • The state government has asked the Central government to provide 24-hour power supply for all the villages of the state of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Yogi Government had even set a deadline of June 15, to make the roads of Uttar Pradesh pot hole free.

  • Uttar Pradesh government even approved the construction of sports stadium in eastern U.P.

  • In order to regulate fees in private institutions, BJP lead Uttar Pradesh government will form rules and regulations by asking all the institutions to submit fees structure.

  • The IAF terminal at airfield in Agra would be named after Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay and the civil terminal at the IAF airfield in Gorakhpur after Mayayogi Gorakhnath.

  • Some of the recent initiatives by Yogi led Uttar Pradesh government include Mukhbir Yojana, 181 Women Helpline and Anti-land Mafia Website.

Shortcomings of Yogi Government :

Since every coin has two sides. Though the newly elected Yogi Government has initiated several measures and schemes for the benefit of the people of Uttar Pradesh. But the challenges before the Bharatiya Janta Party led Uttar Pradesh government are innumerable. There comes a huge gap between planning and making laws to the their execution. The ground reality differs from what we see on papers. Yogi Government has been criticized by the opposition for not full filling its promises. The challenges before the Yogi Government are as follows-

  • The 15th June deadline of making the roads of Delhi pot-holes free has been missed and the government has itself admitted to having made only 65% of the roads of Uttar Pradesh potholes free.

  • Amidst the farm loan wavier, the BJP led Uttar Pradesh government is facing the challenge of implementation of 7th pay commission which would require 34,000 crore rupees.

  • The Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) had promised in its election manifesto that it would provide laptops to students, which is now seen as another challenge for the government. Yet no date has been announced by the Yogi Government to launch this scheme.

  • Innumerable instances of law and order problems in the state of Uttar Pradesh is yet another challenge for Yogi Adityanath’s government, since they already say that they have inherited “Jungle Raj” from the former S.P. government.

  • The recent clashes between people of various communities and violence in the name of cow protection along-with violence pertaining to the Hindutva ideology adds to the shortcomings of the Yogi Government. Read Elections News

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