Here’s what Yogi did in his 100 days of governance!

Photo of UP CM Yogi.

UP: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today completed his 100 days of governance. On this occasion, he addressed a press-conference in Lucknow laying out the achievements of the government.

The government of Yogi faced major challenges in molding the state in the right direction but it went on and has now successfully completed its 100 days in the office.

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While interacting with the media, Yogi stated that in the upcoming days he will fulfil late Deen Dayal Upadhyaya’s dream of building 166 schools.

CM promised that his government will work in all the sections without making any discrimination on the basis of cast, creed and religion. Beside that he also stated there will be 24 hours power supply in all the villages.

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Chief Minister also led his emphasis in making UP a mafia-free state. He also promised for the security of the women and hence had introduced 181 helpline for them. In addition to that, he also ensured that the girl feticides will be abolished.

Yogi further went on to say that, the government aims to protect farmers by purchasing 5 times more wheat from them as compared to the last year.

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