The schemes of the government are becoming the basis of self-reliance of the society by becoming fruitful: Chief Minister
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the schemes of the government are becoming the basis of the self-reliance of society. If any person in the society remains poor, there cannot be prosperity in the society. The basis of the prosperity of the society is formed only when every person of the society has himself and by providing support at the level of governance, changes can be brought in the life of that person.
The Chief Minister was addressing the Social Representative Conference of the Backward Classes Front of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Uttar Pradesh, in Lucknow today. He said that the Bharatiya Janata Party believes in the nationalist ideology. The basic mantra of BJP is Indian culture. ‘Sarve Bhavanti Sukhinah Sarve Santu Niramaya’. That is, wishing for everyone’s happiness is wishing for everyone’s health. Keeping this in mind, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi had given the country the mantra of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas’. He had said that the Bharatiya Janata Party government will not allow the disintegration of society on the basis of caste, religion, region, language. Will work for the welfare of all. The underprivileged, downtrodden people will be given a voice. They will be given an opportunity to move forward.
Expressing his gratitude to the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister said that the Prime Minister has increased its importance by giving constitutional recognition to the National Commission for Backward Classes. Now any order made by this commission will be treated as a judicial order. He said that today a Social Representative Conference of the Backward Classes Front is being organized here so that the voices of the downtrodden and downtrodden people of the society can get a proper platform. He said that the Central and State Governments of the Bharatiya Janata Party are working to take everyone forward by connecting everyone with the basic mantra of ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas Sabka Vishwas’. With this belief, a social conference has been organized connecting the Prajapati community.
The Chief Minister said that after 2014, whatever work has been done under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, is in front of everyone. The slogan of the previous governments that ruled the country and the state was, Sabka Saath Apni Parivar Ki Vishwas. Those governments wanted to take everyone along for their own development, but their vision never exceeded that of the family. Apart from the development of themselves and their own family, these governments did not have any concern about the society and the nation. This was the reason that the state went backward, unemployment increased in the state, a state of plight was created in the state, the state was thrown into the fire of riots.
The Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched a campaign of development in the last seven years to bring good governance to the country. Housing, toilets, electricity connections and free gas connections were provided to all the people of the country. Today 42 lakh houses have been provided by the state government in rural and urban areas under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and Chief Minister Awas Yojana. After constructing two crores of 61 lakh poor toilets in the state, community toilets are being constructed in rural areas. The state government is supplying electricity continuously in all 75 districts of the state.
The Chief Minister said that the state government was committed to the interests of all sections. The Mati Kala Board was formed as soon as the Bharatiya Janata Party government was formed in the state in the year 2017. Through this board, respect is being given to the interests of the Prajapati class and their arts. He said that the earthen pot should be designed in such a way that your pot reaches every house and every family gets attached to it. He said that plastic causes disease. In addition, it pollutes the environment. The state government banned plastic so that pottery made by the Prajapati community could be promoted. Along with this, the state government has also made arrangements for the availability of free soil for Prajapati Samaj. To speed up the work of clay artisans. For this, electric and solar chalks have been provided to them.
The Chief Minister said that large scale shopping is done during festivals and festivals. It becomes the main source of income for the poor class and people working in cottage industries. Earthen pots, lamps and idols of Ganesh-Lakshmi are made by Prajapati Samaj. The commercial activities of the Prajapati community were reduced due to the idols imported from China and the policies of the previous governments. The Prajapati community was short of work. They were prohibited from taking soil from the ponds. As soon as the Bharatiya Janata Party government was formed, the Mati Kala Board was formed. Prajapati Samaj was given permission to take soil. There is creative art in the rites of the Prajapati community. This art was presented again in front of the society by the officials of the Mati Kala Board by going from village to village and raising it through training and other means.
The Chief Minister said that today idols imported from China have stopped coming. The idols made by the Prajapati community have started being used. Deepawali lamps are being made in different designs. He said that on the occasion of Deepotsav in Ayodhya in 2017, the state government was not able to get even 51 thousand lamps. The state government encouraged the making of lamps. This year 9 lakh lamps will be lit in Ayodhya. The state government will do the work of buying lamps only from the people of Prajapati Samaj of Ayodhya and its adjoining areas.
The Chief Minister said that the life cycle of the society works depending on each other. Today people belonging to the Prajapati community are joining this system and doing the work of self-reliance of the society through self-reliance. The economy of the state also gets attached to this life cycle. The respect and self-reliance of the state are also added. Prajapati community is a community associated with the art of the same soil.
The Chief Minister said that in 2015-16, poor students of the state were not getting scholarships. The present government has distributed scholarships worth Rs 627 crore to 30 lakh 61 thousand 85 thousand students of Purva Dasam in the last four years. In the year 2021-22, an amount of 08 crores 64 lakh has been distributed to 38375 students of other backward classes under the Poorvadasam scholarship scheme. An amount of Rs 175 crore has been kept reserved for scholarships for 08 lakh students because this time admission work in schools is being delayed in the state. Arrangements will be made to complete it by November 30, 2021. He said that in the post-graduate scholarship also, an amount of Rs 5378.75 crore scholarship and fee reimbursement has been made available to 69,18,683 students in the last four years directly in their accounts.
The Chief Minister said that 64 hostels for OBC students and 38 hostels for girl students are running in the state. Grant money is provided by the state government for the marriage of poor girls and girls belonging to backward classes. Also, through the Chief Minister’s mass marriage scheme, an amount of 51 thousand has been provided per marriage for the marriage of two and a half lakh girls.
The Chief Minister said that the festival of Diwali is about to come. For its preparation, the Mati Kala Board is working with full strength. Giving good wishes for Diwali to the people of the state, he expressed confidence that everyone would have an earthen lamp and an idol of Lakshmi-Ganesh would sit from house to house.
Announcement to provide financial assistance of Rs.50 lakh to kin of the deceased soldier
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has paid a heartfelt tribute to Shri Satyam Kumar Pathak, an army soldier, resident of Hardoi district, who was martyred while performing duty in Ladakh.
The Chief Minister has announced to provide financial assistance of Rs 50 lakh to the kin of the deceased soldier. He has also announced to give a government job to a member of the soldier’s family and to name a road in the district after the late soldier, Mr Satyam Kumar Pathak.
Expressing his condolences to the family members of the late soldier, Shri Satyam Kumar Pathak, the Chief Minister said that the state government is with them in this hour of mourning. The state government will provide all possible help to the soldier’s family.
‘Trace, test and treat’ policy has proved useful in controlling the Covid infection: Chief Minister
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the ‘Trace, Test and Treat’ policy of the state government has proved useful in controlling the infection of Covid He has given instructions to effectively continue the arrangements for prevention and treatment of COVID-19.
The Chief Minister was reviewing the situation of COVID-19 in the state in a high-level meeting convened at his official residence here today. In the meeting, the Chief Minister was apprised that in the last 24 hours, 10 new cases of corona infection have been reported in the state. During this period 19 persons were discharged after successful treatment. At present, the number of active cases of corona in the state is 119. Out of 548 under construction, 501 oxygen plants have become functional with the coordinated efforts of the Central and State Governments.
District Kanpur Nagar, Lakhimpur Kheri, Jaunpur, Ballia, Deoria, Barabanki, Ayodhya, Sonbhadra, Amroha, Chandauli, Pratapgarh, Kushinagar, Unnao, Badaun, Sultanpur, Bijnor, Etawah, Hardoi, Shamli, Lalitpur, Hapur, Sitapur, Gonda, Rampur , Basti, Bahraich, Mirzapur, Farrukhabad, Mainpuri, Etah, Baghpat, Mau, Sant Kabir Nagar, Chitrakoot, Fatehpur, Kanpur Dehat, Hamirpur, Kaushambi, Shravasti, Mahoba, Kasganj and Hathras do not have a single patient of Covid. The recovery rate of corona infection in the state is 98.7 per cent. In the last 24 hours, 1,41,543 corona tests were conducted in the state. Till now 08 crore 13 lakh 82 thousand 986 Covid tests have been completed in the state.
The Chief Minister said that the State Government is providing the protection cover of corona vaccination free of cost to all the citizens of the targeted age group. Vaccination work is being done fast in the state. Giving instructions to conduct the Covid vaccination work in full swing, he said that the people eligible for the second dose of Corona vaccine should be vaccinated on time. In the meeting, the Chief Minister was apprised that till last day, more than 11 crore 81 lakh 91 thousand doses of corona vaccine have been administered in the state.
The Chief Minister said that many efforts are being made by the Central and State Governments through sensitivity to protect the interests of the families of the people who have died prematurely due to corona infection. An amount of Rs 50,000 will be provided to the families of such time-deprived people as relief and cooperation. He said that it should be ensured that not a single eligible family is deprived of this relief amount. Detailed guidelines in this regard should be issued soon. A committee should be constituted in the districts under the chairmanship of the District Magistrate for the smooth implementation of relief amount distribution. He said that according to the guidelines of the Government of India, all necessary preparations should be made in relation to providing relief funds.
The Chief Minister said that the Prime Minister will inaugurate the international airport on October 20 at Kushinagar, the Mahaparinirvana site of Lord Gautam Buddha. He said that ambassadors of different countries would also participate in this program. He said that according to the Indian culture of Atithi Devo Bhava, all the preparations for the grand welcome of the guests should be completed on time.
The Chief Minister said that it is proposed to inaugurate new medical colleges in 07 districts of the state from Siddharthnagar district on October 25, 2021, by the Prime Minister. In view of this, all necessary arrangements should be made at the earliest.
The Chief Minister said that in view of the interests of the farmers, the Central Government has recently increased the subsidy on DAP fertilizers. The availability of DAP fertilizer should be ensured easily to the farmers. A balance should be maintained between demand and supply in each district.
A total of 1,41,543 samples were tested in the state yesterday, in which 10 new cases of corona infection have come.
Additional Chief Secretary Medical and Health Shri Amit Mohan Prasad informed that a total of 1,41,543 samples have been tested yesterday in the state. In which 10 new cases of corona infection have come. A total of 8,13,82,986 samples have been tested so far in the state. He said that in the last 24 hours, 19 people in the state and so far a total of 16,87,011 people have been cured of COVID-19. There are a total of 119 active cases of corona in the state. He said that the work of Covid vaccination is being done continuously. Yesterday, 3,82,396 doses of Covid vaccine have been given in a day. Till yesterday, the first dose 9,23,65,203 and the second dose 2,58,25,941 have been applied in the state. A total of 11,81,91,144 Covid doses have been given till yesterday.
Shri Prasad said that the Covid infection is not completely over yet. Therefore everyone should behave according to Covid. Be sure to follow the Covid protocol even after vaccination. In case of any problem, please contact on Covid Helpline 18001805145.
Chief Minister has spent more than Rs 390 crore on 87 projects of district Shravasti and Bahraich worth Rs 221 crore, inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 144 projects through a virtual medium.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath ji inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 87 projects costing more than Rs 390 crore in Shravasti district and 144 projects worth Rs 221 crore in Bahraich district here today. It is to be noted that the Chief Minister was to go to Shravasti and Bahraich districts for the inauguration and foundation stone laying of these projects, but due to adverse weather conditions, the helicopter could not land there.
While addressing the people of Shravasti and Bahraich districts through a virtual medium, the Chief Minister said that this district has historical importance. Shravasti has been the holy place of worship of Lord Buddha. It is said that Lord Buddha spent most of the Chaturmas of his life at this place. The country and the world looks at Shravasti with immense faith. This district is the focal point of the four districts of Devipatan Mandal. There are three aspirational districts of this division including Shravasti. The government has made a concrete action plan for the development of these districts.
The possibilities of tourism development are being taken forward in the district Shravasti. Work is going on fast for the development of the new airport. In this sequence, today the virtual inauguration and foundation stone laying of projects worth more than Rs 390 crore is being done in Shravasti district. Local public representatives have made effective efforts for the projects of Bhinga and Shravasti assembly constituencies of the district.
The Chief Minister said that district Bahraich has a special significance from the point of view of spirituality and culture. District Bahraich has been the holy place of worship of sage Balark. This district has been a witness to the valour of Maharaja Suheldev. In February 2021, the successful Prime Minister of the country started the construction work of the Virat Memorial at the historic victory site of Maharaja Suheldev in district Bahraich. This work is going on on a war footing. This memorial will work to advance the pride and dignity of Bahraich by establishing it as a new tourist centre.
The Chief Minister said that despite his heartfelt desire to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of all these projects of Bahraich district and to establish a dialogue with the general public, his helicopter could not land due to adverse weather conditions and he had to come back to Lucknow. He said that the inauguration and foundation stone of 144 projects costing Rs 221 crore in Bahraich district have been completed. Under this, 76 projects costing more than Rs.160 crores were inaugurated and foundation stones were laid for 68 projects worth Rs.60.05 crores He congratulated the residents of the concerned Legislative Assembly for the inauguration and foundation stone of the projects and also appreciated the MPs and MLAs for their effective efforts in realizing the projects.
The Chief Minister said that under the Shyama Prasad Rurban Mission, smart classes in 10 pre-secondary schools, dining halls in 25 primary and upper primary schools, panchayat buildings and community toilets in 07 development blocks, under the Shyama Prasad Rurban Mission in Bahraich district. , Government High School at Bahorikpur, Mustafabad, Main Building of Government High School in Chehlwa, Aliya and Joginia, Community Health Center Bardaha Kala and Primary Health Center Godhia No.-1, Krishi Vigyan Kendra Nanpara, Non-Residential Building of Tehsil Payagpur, Risia in Mandi Samiti 5,000 Metric ton warehouse, 132 KV power sub-station Kaiserganj and construction of related lines, 08 road projects and 01 bridge and a large cow protection centre located in village Bhirwa tehsil Mahsi.
Giving information about the projects laid the foundation stone of district Bahraich, the Chief Minister said that these projects include Community Health Center Semra and Primary Health Center Khairadhokal, Kasturba Gandhi Girls School, hostel in Chittaura, Kisan Kalyan Kendra, Visheshwarganj, Residential/Non-Resident of Fire Center Nanpara. Building, 18 road projects, administrative building of new police station Matera, Skill Development Center Bichla, construction of boundary wall in Swarn Jayanti Nursery and Government Nursery, Agri Service Center Soharwa, ‘Maharana Pratap Dwar’ on Khutehna Huzurpur Marg, ‘Parshuram’ on Khutehna Gilola Marg ‘Dwar’ and ‘Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Gate’ on Madhavreti Shekhdahir Marg, animal sheds at Bichla, Soharwa and Phulwaria, mini stadiums at Phulwaria and Tepraha, solar cold storage at Chachjot, Bichla and Gulharia, approved in 20 villages under Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana Development work, construction of Mandi in Tepraha, Multi-purpose Hall, Chhujot and Community Hall Gulharia, Funeral sites in 05 Gram Panchayats and in Payagpur Includes pavement work project.