The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, presented his report card on Thursday and listed the accomplishments of his government in five years. The BJP released the party’s theme song ‘Yogi in UP…’ as well as a film describing the accomplishments over the last five years of the UP government.
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He has done what has not been done in 70 years: CM Yogi
Yogi Adityanath told a press conference in Lucknow, “It is my utmost responsibility to show what the Bharatiya Janata Party government has accomplished over the last 5 years.” Additionally, during the past five years, UP has accomplished some significant milestones. Our economy in Uttar Pradesh had fallen to 7th place, and we succeeded in bringing work that had not been done in 70 years to number 2 in five years. UP used to have a per capita income of 45 thousand, but it has since risen to 94 thousand. In 2015-18, the annual budget was 2 lakh crores, but today it is 6 lakh crores.
Corona period work was appreciated around the world: UP CM
In his speech, Yogi Adityanath stated that the world appreciated what we did to save life and livelihood during the Corona period. He said, “Our students went to Kota in Rajasthan to prepare for competitive examinations; we brought them safely to their homes during the lockdown. Arrangements were made for 40 lakh migrant workers of UP to reach their homes and eat and drink.
Vaccines for everyone over 18
CM Yogi said the government has continuously engaged in providing every facility to patients during the Corona era. The Corona vaccine has been administered to more and more people. CM Yogi said that all eligible 18-year-olds in Uttar Pradesh had taken the first dose of the Covid vaccine. Corona has been administered to over 70 percent of the population. The dose of the corona has been administered to 15 lakh 38 thousand 992 people over 60 years old.
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Governed the third wave: Yogi Adityanath
On the third wave of Corona, CM Yogi said, ‘We have also controlled the third wave of Covid-19. The number of active cases was over one lakh, which is now down to 41 thousand. Additionally, it has the highest number of Covid tests in the country.
Transparent recruitment of 1.5 lakh police officers
In Yogi Adityanath’s government, 1.50 lakh policemen were recruited in a transparent manner, and 86 thousand policemen were promoted. Threefold more women have become police officers in the last five years. In addition to this, we also worked on modernizing the police.’ CM Yogi said, “There were 2 cyber police stations in 75 districts of UP earlier. Aside from this, FSL did not have a lab and had to rely on other states for forensic examination. In U.P. today, six FSL labs are operational and 18 are being built.’
No riots in 5 years
CM Yogi Adityanath said, ‘Uttar Pradesh is the first state in which no riots have occurred in the last 5 years. In addition to this, there have not been any terrorist attacks. ‘Anti-Romeo desk works successfully in Uttar Pradesh,’ he said.
Criminal cases have decreased in the last five years
CM Yogi said, ‘According to NCRB data in UP, dacoity has fallen by 58 percent, murder by 23 percent, ransom by 53 percent and rape by 45 percent. Over the last five years, 694 professional criminals have been prosecuted under the National Security Act. Further, he said, “Mafia, who were a threat to the safety of children and women, had their property worth 2046 crores demolished.”
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In Uttar Pradesh, there will be seven phases to the Vidhan Sabha election
There will be a seven-phase election for 403 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh this time, and the results will be announced on March 10. 58 seats will be up for election in 11 districts of the western part of the state on February 10. In the subsequent phases, 55 seats were voted in the second phase on February 14, 59 seats in the third phase on February 20, 60 seats in the fourth phase on February 23, 60 seats in the fifth phase on February 27, and 57 seats in the sixth phase on March 3. The final phase, which will take place on March 7, will vote on 54 seats.