CM Adityanath announces removal of ‘Samajwadi’ tags from projects
“We were informed that the erstwhile government had also added Samajwadi word in several central government schemes but now we have decided to retain the original names,” the UP minister said
Lucknow: The new Uttar Prdaesh Chief Minister is cracking down on a number of schemes of the former ruling government of the state. The latest decision that came from the Yogi government is to replace the Samajwadi tag from the schemes with 'Mukhyamantri'.
Uttar Pradesh Minister Siddharth Nath Singh stated on Friday that the government has decided to replace the ‘Samajwadi’ word with ‘Mukhyamantri’ from all Uttar Pradesh government’s welfare schemes.
“We were informed that the erstwhile government had also added Samajwadi word in several central government schemes but now we have decided to retain the original names,” the UP minister said.
Singh further told that the UP government has also decided to study the ‘Gujarat model of development’ to push investment and set up industries in the state.
UP Government also focuses of Jewar Airport:
- The government also gave its nod to long pending Jewar Airport project near Noida.
- The CM directed that the project be completed within the stipulated time.
- The project was approved by the BSP government but stalled by the SP government when it came to power in 2012.
- According to the highly placed political sources, CM Yogi was considering launching an application featuring government's development schemes and other policies.
- The CM has also directed officials to give special attention to issues concerning Bundelkhand.
The next Cabinet meeting of the Uttar Pradesh government is scheduled for April 11 in Allahabad.
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