UP now land of mahotsavas, not mafia: CM Yogi Adityanath on government anniversary | India News

LUCKY: There was a big shift in perception about Uttar Pradesh in the country and the state once notorious mafia, now known as “mahotsav”, CM Yogi Adityanath said while speaking at a news conference marking six years of his rule.
“Yeh jo pechaan UP does not go gayi exam – raj . gunmafia raj, Forestparivarwaad – yeh saare shabd ab eatet ke shabd ban gaye hain (gunda raj, mafia raj, jungle raj, nepotism… The identities given to UP are now a thing of the past),” said CM. countries in the past have fostered politics based on caste and religion, indulged in corrupt practices and focused on promoting their family members, rather than ordinary people, Yogi said. .
Recounting the huge strides that UP has made in industrial development, he said that from a portfolio worth Rs 40,000 in 2018, the state is looking to secure investments worth 35 thousand dollars. ten thousand Rs through the global investors summit held in February – a growth trajectory of nine times, unheard of in any other state of the country within five years. To achieve the holistic development of UP, Yogi credited his team of ministers and key officials for identifying 10 priority areas during the first year of his second term in government.
Sharing more details, a senior government official said 241 regulatory compliance barriers had been lifted to spur industrial growth.
“For the first time, UP has direct access to a port,” said Yogi, referring to the Varanasi-Haldia (West Bengal) waterway. The state had two airports in operation as of 2017, currently nine. Yogi said the highway network has improved connectivity to the backward areas of Bundelkhand and Purvanchal and industrial corridors are being established in two overlooked areas. With complete transparency and by promoting the use of technology in the government sector, UP has achieved a leading position in the country in terms of benefit distribution of top center programs. Regarding the improvement of law and order in the past six years, he said seven police commissions have been established for better control in key metropolitan cities.
Yogi also pointed out that properties worth Rs2,819 crore belonging to the listed gangsters were attached and 175 notorious criminals were shot down in six years.


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