Yogi Asks UP Officials To Teach A Lesson To Land Mafia

Yogi Asks UP Officials To Teach A Lesson To Land Mafia

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday held Janata Darshan program at his constituency, Gorakhpur and heard the problems of the people. He directed the police officials to teach a ‘befitting’ lesson to the land mafias in the state.

CM Yogi Adityanath on a visit to Gorakhpur interacted with the people in the Janata Darshan outside Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Auditorium of Gorakhnath Temple Complex and directed the administration and police officials to ensure that no land mafia encroaches on anyone’s land and asked them to give such elements befitting lessons through legal means, informed the government through a release.

CM Yogi also warned the officers against negligence at any level, ensuring quick and effective action on complaints related to land grabbing.

All this while, the Chief Minister kept handing over the application letters to the concerned officials along with necessary directions. He met with 500 people and said, “There is no need to worry about anything. Quick, quality and satisfactory action would be taken to solve your issues.”

In the case of mutual land dispute, CM directed the officers to conduct counselling first between the aggrieved parties and then take appropriate legal action.

Talking with the people who came with complaints, CM said, “Don’t panic, strict action will be taken.”

Regarding complaints related to other districts, CM Yogi instructed officers to send those to the concerned officers of those districts.

On complaints related to revenue in Janata Darshan, he directed the officers to expedite the disposal of land measurement and revenue-related matters in tehsils. He said, “Where necessary, the police force should also be taken along”.

CM Yogi also ensured full support to those who came seeking financial help for the treatment of serious diseases. He instructed the officers to complete the process of cost estimation of treatment on a priority basis and send it to the government.

“The government will not let lack of funds come in the way of treatment”, CM said.

Further, CM Yogi Adityanath also showered his love and blessings on the children who came to the Janata Darshan with their mothers and gave them chocolates.

Earlier, newly constructed Pediatric Intensive Care Units (PICUs) were inaugurated at Gorakhpur’s Jangal Kauria and Chargaon (Khuthan) Community Health Centres (CHCs) on Monday by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

According to a media release by the state government, the PICU was developed by Hindustan Urvarak and Rasayan Limited (Hurl), with the Corporate Environment Responsibility (CER) fund and will benefit five lakh children, including 2.5 lakh residents each at Jangal Kauria and Chargaon. (ANI)

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Yogi Thrashes Samajwadi Party Over Ramcharitmanas Row

Yogi Thrashes Samajwadi Party Over Ramcharitmanas Row

Retorting to the Ramcharitmanas row in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday launched attack on the Samajwadi party saying what would have happened if religious scriptures of other religions and faith were insulted.

Yogi accused the party of attempting to “insult” the Hindu community in India and across the world, and also of manufacturing the controversy during the Global Investors Summit which concluded in Lucknow earlier this month.
“The moment Global Investors Summit was about to begin, the Samajwadi Party started the Ramcharitmanas row about Tulsi Das ji. Some people tried to tear Ramcharitmanas. What would have happened if the same thing would have happened with some other religion? Does it mean whoever wants to insult Hindus, can do it? You want to insult the entire (Hindu) community,” he said during his Address in the ongoing Budget Session.

The Chief Minister read out the lines of the Hindu scripture and explained the meaning of the words.

“Shudra means labour class. Ambedkar ji has also said not to call Dalit community shudra. Your behaviour towards Ambedkar is well known to the world. The names of the organisations under his name were changed. Nari means women. Are you not insulting the Hindus living in India and the world by burning the Ramcharitmanas?” he asked.

Yogi’s remarks came after Samajwadi Party leader Swamy Prasad Maurya’s sparked a major controversy as he demanded the deletion of “insulting comments and sarcasm” targeted at particular castes and sects in Ramcharitmanas, a poem based on the epic Ramayana.

Maurya had claimed that in the Ramcharitmanas, which was composed by Tulsidas, there are words hurting the sentiments of the Dalit community.

On January 30, Maurya has also taken a jibe at Mahant Raju Das by stating that he could have just cursed him instead of spending Rs 21 lakh to get him killed.

Maurya had written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding an amendment and ban on parts of the epic which he claimed are disrespectful to women and Dalits.

“For revising/banning some of the objectionable parts of some couplets of Ramcharitmanas in which all women, tribals, Dalits and backward people have to be insulted on a daily basis at the social, and religious level and to give respect to the victim class, a letter has been sent to President and Prime Minister,” Maurya had tweeted in Hindi. (ANI)

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Yogi Presents Rs 6.90L Cr Budget For 2023-24

Yogi Presents Rs 6.90L Cr Budget For 2023-24

Uttar Pradesh government on Wednesday presented its annual Budget for financial year 2023-24.

State Finance minister Suresh Khanna, in his speech, pegged the total Budget size at Rs 6.90 lakh crore. In 2022-23, the state’s Budget estimate was at Rs 6.15 lakh crore.
Uttar Pradesh is the largest state in the country with a population estimated at 24 crore. The state is also the country’s largest consumer and labour market, with its contribution to the country’s GDP estimated at more than eight per cent.

For the financial year 2023-24, the nominal rate of increase in Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) is estimated at 19 percent, said Khanna, adding that the state’s growth rate is encouraging in an era of likely global recession.

Among major budgetary allocations, the state allocated Rs 25,350 crore for Jal Jeevan Mission, hoping that all households will be covered with tap drinking water. Last year’s allocation was Rs Rs 19,500 crore.

“By the year 2023-2024, a target has been set to provide pure and pure drinking water under Jal Jeevan Mission by providing functional household tap connections to all 2.26 crore households in the state,” the Finance minister said.

Further, for Kanpur Metro, the first 9m- odd section of which is already operational, a further Rs 585 crore budgetary allocation has been made for the year 2023-24.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in December 2021 inaugurated the completed section of Kanpur Metro Rail Project.

This 9-km long section of the Kanpur Metro links IIT Kanpur to Moti Jheel. The entire length of the Metro Rail Project in is 32 Km, with 2 corridors of which 13 kms will be underground.

For the Agra Metro project, Rs 465 crore has also been made available in the Budget.

Invoking the recent Global Investors Summit, which was attended by over 25,000 investors from across the globe, minister Khanna said, “I am happy to inform you that more than 19,000 Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) worth about Rs 33.50 lakh crore were signed during the summit.”

The investors’ summit which came to a close on February 12 was the flagship investment summit of the Yogi Adityanath-led government. The mega event was aimed at bringing together policymakers, industry leaders, academia, think tanks, and leaders from across the world to collectively explore business opportunities and forge partnerships.

In the run-up to the summit, the state government held roadshows and meetings with investors in various countries and states to promote the state as a go-to destination for businesses and investments. (ANI)

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Yogi Mourns Passing Of BJP’s Banwari Lal Dohre

Yogi Mourns Passing Of BJP’s Banwari Lal Dohre

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday mourned the death of UP Legislative Council member and senior BJP leader Banwari Lal Dohre.

“The demise of UP Legislative Council member and senior BJP politician Banwari Lal Dohre ji is extremely sad. My thoughts are with the bereaved family. I pray to Lord Shri Ram to give the departed soul a place in his holy feet and strength to the bereaved family members to bear this sorrow,” the CM said in a tweet.
Dohre had been a three-time MLA from the Kannauj Sadar Assembly constituency.

He passed away at the age of 72 at a private hospital in New Delhi. He had been battling multiple health issues for a long time.

He contested the 1991 Assembly elections on a BJP ticket from the Sadar seat and won.

He was elected MLA twice thereafter on a BJP ticket in 1993 and 1996.

In 2022, the BJP made him the candidate for Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council. (ANI)

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Akshay and Yogi

Akshay Calls On Yogi, Discusses Film City Project

Actor Akshay Kumar called on Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday.

The actor discussed the much-anticipated Film City project in Uttar Pradesh during his meeting with the CM, who is currently in Mumbai on a two-day visit, at the Taj Hotel.
He also discussed his most recent movie, ‘Ramsetu,’ urging the CM to watch it.

During the meeting, which spanned 35 minutes, Kumar informed the UP CM that there is a great deal of excitement in the Indian film industry around the Film City project. Many big production houses, producers, directors, and actors are waiting for the film city in UP to be up and running, the actor is learned to have told CM Adityanath.

He said the development of a world-class Film and Infotainment City in UP will provide a new option for those in the movie business to plan their projects.

Akshay also discussed with the UP CM the research and preparations that went into the finalizing of the script of ‘Ramsetu’, as he reiterated that Adityanath should watch his film only once.

CM Yogi said cinema has a big role in raising public awareness and filmmakers should give importance to issues of social and national importance while selecting subjects.

He said the film city in UP will be at par with global standards, adding that a new film policy is also being formulated. He also invited the actor to visit Uttar Pradesh. (ANI)

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Akhilesh Takes Jibe At Yogi Over 25,000 Illegal Constructions In Varanasi

‘Mere Betrayal’: Akhilesh’s Jibe At Global Investors Summit

Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav on Wednesday took a jibe at the Global Investors Summit to be held in Lucknow next month and said that such summits are a “mere betrayal”.

“UP government should tell how much was implemented on the ground from previous summits. Such summits are a mere betrayal. First, they send their ministers abroad then they themselves visit other cities, what’s their industrial policy for investment,” Yadav said while speaking to ANI.
Meanwhile, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will hold roadshows in Mumbai on January 4 and 5 in an effort to draw domestic investors ahead of the Global Investors Summit.

According to the state government, these roadshows, which are scheduled to take place in nine major cities across the country from January 5 to January 27, will begin in Mumbai, where Yogi will take part in a number of events that will be hosted on January 4 and January 5 in order to attract domestic investors.

During these events, the Chief Minister will present a picture of the “emerging Uttar Pradesh”. He will also meet the representatives of major industrial groups in the country and invite them to invest in UP.

On January 4, CM Yogi will take a flight from Lucknow to Mumbai, where he will meet with migrants from Uttar Pradesh who are currently living in Maharashtra in the evening and inform them about the opportunities in new Uttar Pradesh.

CM Yogi will also meet with film artists and producers to discuss the possibilities of the Uttar Pradesh Film City, which is currently being built. CM Yogi will also inform them about the Global Investors Summit, which will be held in February. The UP CM will also explain how UP has become a more desirable location for foreign investment in the nation and how investors from all over the world are eager to make investments in UP.

On January 5, CM Yogi’s tour will begin with meetings with bankers and people associated with the fintech sector. He will take part in the Mumbai roadshow following this. (ANI)

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Medical Colleges In Each District Of UP: Yogi

Medical Colleges In Each District Of UP This Year: Yogi

In order to strengthen the health infrastructure of the state, the Yogi Adityanath government will start 4,600 health ATMs in all wellness centers and medical colleges in every district, informed the government on Sunday.

According to an official release, the process of appointing expert personnel to assist the people at all health ATMs has also been expedited.
“With its launch, the patient will be able to get the facility of 60 tests. Teleconsultation facilities will also be available at health centers. Furthermore, all the PHCs and CHCs of the state will be connected with SGPGI and people will not have to run to the medical college for minor problems. At the same time, the facility of medical colleges will also start in almost all the districts of the state this year. Work is going on in this direction on a war footing,” it said.

The Yogi Government’s special focus, for this year, will be on the health sector, law and order, tourism, education, and infrastructure development.

The Government wants to ensure that the people of the state get better health facilities as well as technology-based education.

The government will give emphasis making the state’s education system smarter with the help of the latest technologies in the new year.

“Children will be given education through smart classes at basic, junior, and secondary levels whereas two tablets each will be given to each school. Besides, from the New Year attendance will be marked through the face reading of the children,” it further said adding that 77 textbooks will be available on QR code while pocket charts of the syllabus will be provided to the teachers.

Efficient assessment tests will be conducted for the children of the state’s primary and upper primary schools through the simple app. Along with this, Skilled India Monitoring Center will be established at the state level. On the other hand, to make the high school and intermediate board examinations more transparent, the vehicle carrying the question paper will be equipped with GPS and its route will also be decided.

Uttar Pradesh State Industrial Development Authority (UPSIDA) has prepared a landbank of more than 15,000 acres as part of the Yogi government’s goal to make the state a $ 1 trillion economy and to strengthen the infrastructure so that global companies coming to GIS-23 do not face any problem in setting up their plants and projects in the state.

Along with this, UPSIDA has started efforts to improve connectivity with the landbank. The authority has also started the process of taking over the land of closed units of spinning mills, 150 acres of Scooter India Lucknow, 500 acres of Ghaziabad, 250 acres of Hardoi, and other village societies. On the other hand, UPSIDA is constructing dormitories and community toilets on a war footing for the workers of industrial areas.

The Government also will plan to strengthen the infrastructure of the rural areas of the state.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed officials to organize Chaupals in rural areas to solve problems faced by villagers and give momentum to the development of villages from January.

“On the instructions of the Chief Minister, Gram Chaupal would be organized in three-gram panchayats of each development block every Friday from January. The District Development Officer, Project Director, District Rural Development Agency, and Deputy Commissioner will participate in the Choupal in 2500 villages of the state to discuss employment and self-employment opportunities. The officers will also listen to the problems of villagers and resolve them. Besides, a progress report of the ongoing development works will be prepared and submitted to the government along with the requirements of villages. It will accelerate developmental works in rural areas in 2023,” Rural Development Commissioner GS Priyadarshi said. (ANI)

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Yogi Asks UP Officials To Teach A Lesson To Land Mafia

G-20 Summit Will Introduce The World To ‘Brand UP’: Yogi

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday chaired a high-level meeting, and gave guidelines to the officials for the successful organisation of the G-20 conferences to be chaired by India in the year 2023, as per an official statement.

CM Yogi said that India has been bestowed the honor of presiding over the G-20 group of leading nations of the world under the successful leadership of the respected Prime Minister in the year of Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. This global event has brought immense possibilities for Uttar Pradesh.
“This event is a great platform to introduce ‘Brand UP’ to the world. We should make the most out of this global event,” the CM said.

He said different events are proposed to be held in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi, Lucknow, Agra, and Greater Noida during the period of one year of G-20 chaired by India.

“According to the Indian spirit of ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’, preparations should be made to make the event grand in these districts. Everyone will have to make efforts as a team to make this event a standard of cleanliness, beauty, safety and orderliness,” CM Yogi said.

He said that arrangements should be made according to the standard of security of foreign visitors. Necessary arrangements should also be made regarding a medical emergency, traffic, etc. The guests should be introduced to the diverse food cuisines in Uttar Pradesh.

“The cities hosting the G-20 conferences should be given a grand look. Attractive lighting should be arranged at heritage sites of historical and cultural significance in the cities. Pictures depicting the state’s culture should be displayed on the walls on the tour route for the guests. India’s Yoga tradition is being adopted by the whole world today, in such a situation statues can be installed showing different postures of ‘Surya Namaskar’,” CM Yogi advised.

Emphasizing the theme he said that local culture should be made the theme of the event to be held in all four cities. For example, Awadh culture in the capital Lucknow, Braj culture in Agra, Rangotsav, and Ganga culture in Varanasi should be organized as themes, adding, “The guests should be welcomed grandly by showering flowers on their arrival in the state. Take the cooperation of local cultural groups and voluntary organizations.”

“The hosting of G-20 summits is historic. To make it unforgettable and unparalleled, a ‘G-20 Park’ should be established in the capital Lucknow. In this regard, after identifying the place, an action plan should be prepared regarding the outline of the park,” he said.

He further added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given India the name of ‘Mother of Democracy’. Uttar Pradesh has a legacy of rich history.

“Ancient art, culture, history, and archaeological specialties of the state should be compiled and presented on the platform of G-20. The prosperous economy, GDP, industrial development, etc. of the state should also be displayed. The G-20 logo should be used at every event and every correspondence of the state government,” said Yogi.

He said that this conference will be successful in its objectives only with wide public participation. A maximum number of youth should be associated with the G-20 summit.

“Special discussions should be organized on this topic in universities. Exhibition of paintings of young painters of the state should also be organized in all the four cities where the event is being held. Apart from this, book fairs, yoga challenges, craft fairs, and dance and music competitions should be organized at the school level. G-20 branding should be done on local establishments and public vehicles. The three local development authorities should also be involved in organizing the proposed events in Greater Noida,” he added.

CM Yogi said that the hosting of the G-20 is also a good opportunity for upgrading city infrastructure and beautification. The roads on the route on which the delegates have to travel should be arranged according to their needs.

“We have to pay special attention to cleanliness. In the cities where conferences are to be held, a week before the date of the program, a special campaign for cleanliness should be conducted. Efforts should be made to make these cities plastic free. Take the cooperation of public representatives and increase public participation,” the CM said.

CM Yogi said that internet connectivity will play a major role in the successful organization of the G-20 summit. High-speed internet connectivity as per global standards should be available at the venue. Alternative arrangements should also be made. (ANI)

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No Farmer Became Helpless, Died By Suicide In Last 6 Years: Yogi

Sikkim Mishap: Yogi Announces Ex-Gratia To Martyred Army Personnel

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath paid tribute to army personnel who died in the Sikkim truck mishap and announced an ex-gratia of Rs 50 lakh each to the families of all the deceased.

CM Yogi paid tribute to the late Lokesh Kumar, a resident of district Muzaffarnagar, late Shyam Singh Yadav, a resident of district Unnao, late Bhupendra Singh, a resident of Etah district, and the late Raja Charan Singh, a resident of district Lalitpur.
He also announced a government job for one family member of each soldier.

CM Yogi also stated that a road in the Lucknow district shall be named after the martyrs.

The Chief Minister has assured all possible help to the families of the soldiers on behalf of the Uttar Pradesh Government.

Along with this, the deceased will be cremated with full military honors in the presence of state ministers, the chief minister informed.

As many as 16 Indian Army personnel lost their lives on Friday in a road accident in North Sikkim involving an Army truck, said the Indian Army.

According to the Indian Army, the ill-fated vehicle was part of a three-vehicle convoy that was going from Chatten in the morning toward Thangu. En route at Zema, the vehicle skidded down a steep slope while negotiating a sharp turn.

The Indian Army launched a rescue operation in which four injured soldiers were air evacuated, while three Junior Commissioned Officers and 13 soldiers succumbed to the injuries sustained in the accident.

Union Minister of Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju on Friday condoled the death of Indian Army personnel in a tragic road accident in North Sikkim involving an Army truck.

“Pained to learn about the tragic loss of the lives of our brave Army soldiers in a road accident in Sikkim. My deepest condolences to the bereaved families. Praying for the recovery of the injured at the earliest,” tweeted Kiren Rijiju.

President Droupadi Murmu also condoled the deaths of Indian Army personnel.

“Anguished to learn about the loss of lives of brave soldiers of the Indian Army in a road accident in Sikkim. My heartfelt condolences to the families of the deceased. I pray for the speedy recovery of the injured,” tweeted President Murmu. (ANI)

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Unified Court Complex In UP Yogi

Unified Court Complex In UP, Soon: Yogi

To reduce the rush in courts and to facilitate the judicial process, the Yogi government is preparing to bring all the courts under one roof, as per an official statement.

On the instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, 10 districts including Mahoba, Hathras, Chandauli, Shamli, Amethi, Hapur, Auraiya, Sonbhadra, Sambhal, and Chitrakoot have been selected as pilot projects for the Integrated Court Complex. Rs 400 crore has been given for the special project through the supplementary budget passed by the assembly on Tuesday.
Participating in the discussion on the supplementary budget, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also mentioned the important scheme of the Integrated Court Complex.

He said that the timely delivery of justice is essential in good governance. With this spirit, the government is going to construct integrated court complexes in 10 districts.

“Recently, a group from Uttar Pradesh had gone to study Baroda in Gujarat regarding the Integrated Court Complex. The model of the Integrated Court Complex has been successfully implemented here,” said CM Yogi.

At the same time, in a high-level meeting on the action plan of the complex, the Chief Minister said, “According to the different nature of crimes, the number of courts associated with different laws has also increased for speedy justice. These courts function from different places in the districts. Courts are running in rented buildings in many places. Due to courts in different directions in the same district, both the judicial officers and the litigants face problems.”

He added that there are also problems with security arrangements and administrative arrangements. In view of this, integrated court buildings can be useful for the courts. Besides, the construction of such court complexes has also been ordered by the Supreme Court in order. On the instructions of the Chief Minister, the Public Works, Home, and Law, and Justice Departments are working on this project. The integrated building will have space for all the facilities including the court, judges’ chamber, meeting hall, video court, poking, and canteen.

There will also be residences along with the court building.

District and subordinate courts in this integrated court complex are to be built in 10 districts,

There will be Commercial Courts, Miscellaneous, Tribunals, Fast Track Courts, Lok Adalats, etc. There will also be a residential colony for judges and judicial officers and employees, parking, and a food plaza along with court buildings an advocate chamber, and an auditorium. (ANI)

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