According to CM Adityanath, the UP government is prepared to respond to any question in the assembly

Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, said on Monday that the assembly is a crucial forum for lawmakers to highlight the issues facing the general population and that the administration is prepared to respond to any inquiries in the House.

Adityanath said the Monsoon session of the House is a chance for all members to highlight the issues in their region while speaking to media before to going. Adityanath stated that his administration is prepared to respond to any of the House’s inquiries.


“I am certain that every member will make the House the center of a constructive debate while taking into account the opinions of the general people. The administration is prepared to respond to any questions, and the members will successfully make their points in the House, he said.


The Uttar Pradesh Assembly’s Monsoon session got underway on Monday. Adityanath said that although there are more than 40 districts where drought is a problem, other areas of west Uttar Pradesh have seen flood damage.


The chief minister said, “We have given a call that we are ready to discuss the important issue of flood and drought in the House and its solution if the Speaker gives permission and if the legislators of the opposition agree.”


He said, “I would once again call on the House to serve as a forum for substantive debate. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, development has reached a new level over the past six years. Uttar Pradesh has been completely successful in becoming a national leader and has been released from the identity crisis that arose among its youth and citizens as a result of “kutsit rajniti (ugly politics)”




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