Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath has been on his toes before the commencement of the festive seasons. He began his visit to the state with Varanasi by attending the Times Water conclave. In his recent visit, CM also launched a lot of development schemes in Varanasi, Chandauli and also flagged off the NSG Black Cat rally. Follow the sections in the space below to know details of all the visits on the state:
Times Water Conclave addressed by UP CM
UP CM Yogi Adityanath inaugurated the Times Water Conclave in Varanasi. While speaking at the event, the chief minister lauded PM Modi’s effort to clear the Ganges through his Namani Ganga programme. He further said that it is due to the Cleaniless mission that has helped a lot in curbing the Covid-19 in the state. The positive impact of the Namami Ganga mission has been also seen during the Kumbha Mela 2019. There has been a decline of around 98% in the cases of Encephalitis in the state thus slowing down the death rate. He also mentioned that in the last 4 years, the state has planted more than 100 crores plants in the state. In the public event at Varanasi, the Cm announced that the government will be implementing the Har Ghar Nal scheme in Bundelkhand till December 2021.
CM audited the Development projects in Varanasi
The Chief Minister of UP audited the development projects and law in the state, he also ordered the authorities to complete the work in a timely manner. The CM also provided the directions and rules to be followed during the festive season to ensure the safety of the people. He announced that around 500 boats that have been converted to CNG will be used in the Ganges during Diwali. Talking to the authorities, he said that the 110 development scheme worth INR 8546.88 is going to be integrated to develop the four-lane in Jaunpur-Varanasi, Azamgadh-Varanasi, Varanasi-Ghazipur. He also said that there are programmes that will ensure the safety of people in the city.
CM integrated 800 crores worth Development Scheme in Chandauli
The CM in Chandauli inaugurated 800 crores worth of development scheme in Chandauli out of which a medical college has been integrated that was built using 274 crores. Along with this, the CM also inaugurated 144 development schemes worth INR 529 cores. The Chanduali state medical college is going to be well equipped with 500 beds for benefitting the people of the city. The CM ended his speech by saying that they are on the track to providing medical college to each district of the state by 2022.
Amrit Mahotsav Celebrated to commemorate 75 years of Independence
Under the Amrit Mahotsav being celebrated to commemorate 75 years of independence, a presentation was made on the topic Making City Smart Towards Making a Shift from Mission to Moment and India Metro Rail System and 100 Years of Independence organized in the Mercury Hall at Indira Gandhi Pratishthan. On the second day of the 3-day program organized at Indira Gandhi Pratishthan on the occasion of Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, the arrangements and strategies of innovation and marketing in construction technology were discussed extensively.
CM Flagged off the NSG Black Cat Rally
Yogi Adityanath flagged off the NSG Black Cat Rally on October 02, 2021. The black cat rally will be covering 12 states, 18 cities till October 30, 2021. Speaking at the public event, the minister said that, Independence was not a one day victory, it took years to get the country free with a lot of sacrifice. We have been trying to celebrate the Azadi Mahotsav in a grand way under the leadership of PM Modi. The CM also lauded the role NSG has been playing to protect the country over the years.
CM Adityanath provided the latest update of COVID-19 in the state
The CM highlighted the benefits of the Trace, Test and Treat policy of Niti Aayog, he said that it is due to this policy that we have been successful in curbing the infection in the state. He lauded the efforts of the authorities and said, in the last 24 hours, we have done 1,88, 931 tests. At this moment, the state has done almost 7 crores 96 lakh 3 thousand and 552 covid tests. Along with this, around 11 crores 17 lakh and 34 thousand doses of covid-19 has been administered.
CM mourned the loss of state government police personnel
The CM mourned the loss of state government police personnel in the state. Last week, in a road accident in Muraina, some police officers lost their lives. The chief minister ordered the best treatment for the officers who have been wounded in the state. He also ordered transporting the dead bodies of the personnel to their home district in the best possible ways.
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