50 Decisions in 150 Hours CM Yogi Works Faster Than PM Modi

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The newly-elected Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath has taken 50 decisions without his first cabinet meeting. CM Yogi is the firebrand politician of Bharatiya Janata Party. As we all know that CM Yogi has always been in the news for his controversial remarks on the minorities, BJP played the gamble by making him the Chief Minister of the state. But it seems like that CM Yogi Adityanath is very serious about his job and that’s why he’s taking decisions in the state rapidly. Although, his decisions have drawn mixed to positive review among the people, but the CM is flying high right now.

In the last some days, the decisions like the strict ban on the illegal slaughterhouses in the state to school teachers can’t wear T-shirts and Jeans during the school time made CM Yogi all over in the news for his decisions. The Uttar Pradesh government also formed an anti-Romeo squad to take care the protection of the women in the state. They are taking strict actions on the boys who block the path of girls, eve-teasing or touch them inappropriately. CM Yogi’s government also directed the officials to reach office at 10 am and biometric attendance will be installed in every government office to ensure the relief of the public visiting the government offices for their work. The government also banned the use of pan masala and polyethylene bags in the government offices.

Adding to this, the government also ordered that all the roads in the state must be pothole free until June 15. CM Yogi also directed that officials replace the contractors of criminal records with the clean records people. In his initial decisions, CM Yogi asked all his ministers to give their assets and income details to the state office of Bharatiya Janata Party. Yogi Adityanath is in full mood of work and that we can clearly observe. The decision of not wearing T-shirts or Jeans in the state schools came as a shock for the school teachers. Adding to it, the government also ordered the teachers to not use the mobile phones during the school time unnecessarily. The Uttar Pradesh CM also directed his ministers and officials to not take files home and complete their work during the working hours. To ensure the proper drinking facility in every police station, the government ordered creating a citizen’s charter in each and every department. Installation of CCTV Cameras in the government offices has also been ordered. The Yogi government also directed to review the security of the political leaders and the officials. The CM also increased the grant for pilgrimage from Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. CM Yogi also ordered to make plans to provide electricity in every village of the state.

Here is the list of 50 decisions took by CM Yogi Adityanath within 150hours of his government formation:-

  1. All the roads in the state to be pothole-free by 15th June.
  1. 1 Lakh grant to be given for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.
  1. The local officials will be held answerable if eve-teasing happens in their area.
  1. Setup of Anti-Romeo squad for the safety of women.
  1. No action would be taken if a boy and girl sitting at a place with harmony.
  1. The state police must behave mannerly with the public.
  1. The cops have to register FIR immediately after receiving the complaint.
  1. Citizen’s charter in each and every department of Police Station.
  1. One female and the male cop must always be presented in the police station’s reception area.
  1. The female cops must get better facilities.
  1. The increase of facilities in Police Barracks.
  1. Will adjoin more female cops in the state.
  1. Ban on Gutka and Pan Masala in government offices.
  1. Blueprint formed to tackle with cyber crime.
  1. No use of polyethylene in the government offices.
  1. Order to quickly arrange all the files.
  1. Government offices must promote cleanliness.
  1. Biometric attendance facility at Government offices.
  1. Installation of CCTV Cameras in the offices.
  1. Citizen charter to quickly solve the problems of the public.
  2. Ministers are advised not to take files in their home.
  1. Every minister must prepare their weekly report.
  1. All ministers give the presentations on 27th, 28th, and 29th March.
  1. If the transformer gets burnt, the officials must visit the place and supervise its replacement.
  1. Wholly ban on Cow smuggling.
  1. Security given to the politicians would be reviewed.
  1. Illegal Slaughterhouses to be shut straight away.
  1. Ministers to give details of their property.
  1. They have to provide the details within 15 days.
  1. The employees and officers must reach the office at sharp 10 am.
  1. The official must prepare schemes like BJP’s Sankalp Patra.
  1. Electricity to be provided 24 hours during festivals like Navratri and Ram Navami.
  1. Availability of essential facilities in Ayodhya during Ram Navami.
  1. Devotees will get facilities at Shakti Peetha.
  1. Plans to provide electricity available in every village.
  1. Doctors to be present in government hospitals.
  2. 3000 new medical shops to be open for medicines at affordable prices.
  1. Metro will also come at Allahabad, Meerut, Agra, Gorakhpur and Jhansi.
  1. The Health department will create an app so that patients can register their grievances.
  1. Chhattisgarh model will be adopted to buy the crops.
  1. The Government will buy cent percent wheat from farmers.
  1. The cooperative societies to become operational again.
  1. Sugarcane mills have to pay to farmers within 14 days of purchase.
  2. Contractors with criminal records would be replaced with good ones.
  1. Every village will have the network of roads.
  1. Housing Development department to handle the work related the PM Awas Yojna.
  1. The concerned officials will handle the public loss from natural calamities like floods, droughts.
  1. Teachers are ordered to not wear T-shirts and Jeans during the school time.
  1. Teachers must strengthen the guru-Shiksha tradition.
  1. Teachers should not use mobile phones unnecessarily during the school time.

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