The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath has been in the news from the time he had been elected as the CM of the state. Now, the cm Yogi has decided to start a crash course for the state’s 403 legislators to deport themselves in the House. The focus of the Yogi is to inform the basic lessons of the first-time elected MLAs. This two-day “enlightenment course” started with the speech of the CM of state Yogi Adityanath, who is also a first-timer in the UP assembly, although Yogi has been elected as the Member of Parliament for the five times. It will be addressed on Thursday by the speaker of Lok Sabha Sumitra Mahajan.
Senior Union Ministers like Prakash Javedkar and UP governor Ram Naik has been roped by the CM Yogi to speak to the MLAs. The former legislators will guide through their sessions that how to raise questions in the assembly and how to sustain the decorum of the legislative assembly. From May 15, the Uttar Pradesh assembly’s session will begin and it will be held in Lucknow at the UP Vidhan Sabha premises. The Bharatiya Janata Party shocked everyone with its extraordinary performance in the state.
In their landslide victory in the UP, the BJP itself won 312 seats; with allies, they touched the number of 325 seats. There are more than 200 legislators who have been elected for the first time in the assembly. Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party performed poorly in the elections and won barely 47 seats, where we saw that the Mayawati’s BSP weakened to just 19 seats. The good thing is that the legislators from these parties as well are going to attend the two-day course.
The CM Yogi has notched up several firsts since he became the Chief Minister of the state, however, the two-day workshop for MLAs would not be counted among them. The former CM of Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav also had organized the workshop after he took oath as the CM of the state in 2012. Since the time Yogi has taken charge as the CM of the state, he had ordered many of the changes and new policies for the officials and ministers in the government. Yogi also cleared that he expects 18 hours to work in a day.
In a recent meeting with the workers of the party and the leaders to address the recent incidents of high-handedness by BJP lawmakers and the ministers in the state, the CM said that don’t take the law in your hands. “Don’t take the law in your hands. Tell the government where the shortcoming is. The government will act,” Yogi said. He also added that when ministers tour districts, then they “should not be welcomed with garlands and bouquets.”