UP carved its own identity on national indices: CM Yogi Adityanath
LUCKNOW: On completing three years in office as the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday highlighted the change in perception of the state from negative to positive as the biggest accomplishment of his government. Addressing the media on the occasion, CM Yogi praised his government’s achievements, claiming that the state had carved an acknowledgeable identity for itself in terms of development, governance, law and order and implementation of welfare schemes on national indices.
“We have been able to send out positivity about UP to the world out there. We have been able to inculcate a sense of confidence about the state,” said the CM. He claimed that his government brought about a palpable change in law and order scenario, power situation, education sector, industrialisation and infrastructure development in UP. “Now Uttar Pradesh can be seen figuring among the top states on a number of fronts,” he said.
He highlighted infrastructural development enumerating flagship projects like Purvanchal Expressway and Bundelkhand Expressway. The CM claimed that the projects would be opened for the people by the end of this year and the next year, respectively, while the work on the 600-km Ganga Expressway from Meerut to Prayagraj would start soon.
He claimed there had been no communal riots in UP during the last three years. “Rather we have succeeded in protecting the democratic values. We have been successful in instilling trust, ushering in development and providing good governance under our rule,” he said.He also flagged out ‘One District, One Product (ODOP) scheme’ to give a push to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector and promote indigenous.