Major Decisions By Ups CM Yogi

By Kanishka Arora
  • Mar 29, 2017

Adityanath Yogi sworn as the CM of Uttar Pradesh on 21st March 2017 and since then he is not at rest and nor letting others rest. Some of the decisions have created ripples in the political community and society as well. 
Some of the major decisions made by CM Yogi


Adityanath also directed the state's top officials to chalk out clear guidelines for the Anti-Romeo Squad, so that there is no "unnecessary harassment" of boys and girls.  In the first meeting with ministers of state and senior officials of departments held by him, the chief minister also stressed on blanket ban on illegal mining saying that there were adverse reports about some districts.


Adityanath has also asked senior state government officials to pull up their socks and ensure that 30 districts of the state are open defecation-free by December. A day after he took over as the Uttar Pradesh's chief minister, Adityanath administered a sanitation pledge to the officials and asked them to ensure that the pledge is effectively implemented, the state government said in a release.
On lines of Swachh Bharat Mission of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the chief minister said, "Uttar Pradesh lags behind other states as far as cleanliness is concerned. Despite the availability of safai workers both in urban and rural areas, there is laxity in this regard."


Adityanath has been clear that abbattoirs operating legally will not be touched, but action will be taken against the illegal ones. "The illegal abattoirs will be closed down," he had said while addressing a civic reception here in his hometown. Regarding the closure of illegal abbattoirs, Adityanath said the National Green Tribunal (NGT) had in the past couple of years insisted on their closure. With the ban on the slaughterhouses, meat supply has stopped to most restaurants and shops.

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