Review meeting: Achieve 100-day targets by June 30, CM Yogi Adityanath tells ministers

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday directed all departments to complete the state government’s 100-day targets by June 30.

At a review meeting in Lucknow, the chief minister said all ministers and other public representatives would address press conferences across the state on July 4 to tell people about the achievements and progress on other commitments of the government. The state government he leads completes the first 100 days of its second term on July 5.

Besides the six-month progress report, ministers will also have to tell the people about the six-month targets set in their departments, Adityanath added.

Days after being sworn in, Adityanath had set government deadlines and emphasized accountability reform. He then asked all ministries and departments to prepare their first 100-day action plan and to make presentations on their progress. For example, in a meeting with the heads of all state employment boards, set them a goal of giving jobs to more than 10,000 young people in the first 100 days.

Earlier, the Cabinet directed ministers and officials to set short-term goals – 100 days, six months, one year, two years and five years – to implement government development works and plans. All departments have been asked to prepare comprehensive and feasible action plans with these deadlines. Adityanath also directed the state home ministry to recruit at least 10,000 police personnel within 100 days.

Reviews development proposals for Azamgarh, Rampur

Days after the BJP won the Azamgarh and Rampur Lok Sabha seats in the by-election, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a meeting with ministers on Tuesday directed all departments to review proposals related to development in both districts. The Prime Minister said that projects related to these two areas should not be left pending. He added that his office would also review ongoing and pending development projects there.

Regarding Rampur, CM said that the renovation of the sugar mill in Bilaspur should be done as soon as possible. In Azamgarh, he asked to consult eminent musical personalities and prepare a proposal for “sangeet sadhaks” (music practitioners) to restore the ancient practice of Hariharpur.

The BJP won the Azamgarh and Rampur seats by defeating the Samajwadi Party (SP) and plans to leave no stone unturned to retain the sectors in the 2024 general election.

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