During his visit to Amroha and Bulandshahr CM Yogi Adityanath inaugurated several projects of development and also declared to wave off electricity surcharge of farmers of western Uttar Pradesh.
The two-day visit of Chief Minister in Western UP started from Amroha on Thursday and concluded in Bulandhshahr on Friday. In his two day visit, the CM addressed a public rally in Amroha and inaugurated projects worth of crores in Bulandhshar. He also dined at the house of a Dalit in Amroha.
Which inaugurating the development projects in Bulandshahr on Friday CM Yogi said that the main objective of this government is to take development works to the people.
Calling his government committed to farmers the CM said that his government has given electricity to the farmers of western UP. ” This government is working in the direction of fulfilling the dreams of late Ch Charan Singh under the guidance of PM Narendra Modi, he said.
On Thursday CM Yogi reached Hasanpur of district Amroha where he addressed a public rally. Chief Minister arrived six hours late from his scheduled time as he had gone to visit Kushinagar where 12 students lost their lives in an accident.
During his 30 minutes long address the CM highlighted the achievements of state government in the past one year of the party rule. He said that the government so fast has done electrification in rural areas, waved off farmers debt, Ujjwala gonna and different schemes of union government have been successfully implemented.
In his address, the CM also lashed out at the preceding Samajwadi Party government blaming that they benefitted their family instead of people.
The Chief Minister said that Amroha is known for dholak, a traditional musical instrument and government will provide an adequate budget for the branding of Amroha’s Dholak under its one district one plan scheme.He also assured to restart district’s closed sugar mill and it’s expansion which would ensure employment to local youths. He said that a distillery will also be established in Hasanpur.
Talking about the law and order situation in western UP Yogi said that earlier people used to migrate from here but now its just the reverse as now criminals have started migrating.
The CM also had to face a mild protest of the Youths in Amroha who waved Placards read that “regularise 4000 Urdu teachers in the state ” when the CM was about to start his address. Things normalised after getting assurance from the Chief Minister who averred that his government is pledged to work for the welfare of the people.
In his speech, the CM also warned those indulged in corrupt practices in the name of providing employment will not be spared and face serious action.
The CM also had dinner at the house of a Dalit in Amroha.