Deoria, April 30: Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday addressed a rally in Deoria. He said it will be the law that will rule the state. Those who will not follow the law will not be spared. He told the gathering that the land of farmers and poor will not be snatched and those who do it will have a hard time dealing with the law enforcement agencies. Also, he vowed to keep the policies of PM Narendra Modi in mind and work for the betterment of the state.
He cited the example of Eastern Uttar Pradesh where law and order is strict. He said he has asked for a report on the mills closed under the previous regime. Stressing on the development agenda of his government, Adityanath told people that a new tradition of development for UP has been launched and by June 15 the roads in the state won’t have potholes.
On the load shedding issue, the 44-year-old promised to provide 18 hours of electricity to the rural areas, also assured that a new transformer would be installed in 48 hours if in case it fails. He hit out at the Akhilesh Yadav government over power issues and clearly told that only a few places were given power facility. For 24-hour electricity, Yogi asked for co-operation of the people of UP, saying, those places will get round the clock power where theft of electricity does not take place. Those below the poverty line will get free power connection.
The 21st CM of UP increased the pension of physically handicapped people from Rs 300 to Rs 500.