CM of UP Adityanath requests that Ministers visit the districts they are in charge of on a regular basis
According to a formal statement released today, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has requested state ministers to regularly visit the regions they are responsible for.
On Saturday, Adityanath met with members of his government at this location.
Surya Pratap Shahi, the agriculture minister, is now in charge of the districts of Ayodhya and Azamgarh. Aligarh and Etawah are under the purview of Sugarcane Development Minister Laxmi Narayan Chaudhary. Jaiveer Singh, a minister for tourism and culture, has been given responsibility for Varanasi and Bareilly. Arun Kumar Saxena, the minister of the environment and forests, has been given the Bulandshahr district. For a whole year, they will be in control of these districts.
After the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) took power in the state, Adityanath said that via the circular visits by the ministerial team in the spirit of "Sarkar Aap Ke Dwaar," a message of hope was sent to the populace.
According to Adityanath, the ministers in charge of each district should often visit their jurisdictions and be informed of the situation there.
During their tours to the districts, the ministers were also told to speak with the populace directly.
The chief minister said that in addition to law and order, factors pertaining to women's safety, police patrols, child sexual abuse, business concerns, action against gangsters, traffic management, efforts for revenue collection, etc. should be considered during these trips.
The minister in question should continue to assess the situation if there is a district with an aspirational development block, he said.
Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership, the whole nation is commemorating the Millet Year today, Adityanath stated.
He also said that the chief minister's home was hosting a banquet on Saturday featuring dishes made using coarse grains.
Similar dinners should be hosted by all ministers for local public figures and intellectuals, according to Adityanath, who also emphasized the need to raise awareness of the value of millets.
He announced that the Global Investors Summit would take place from February 10 to February 12 and that all of the state's districts will be included in the main event.
"Investments will be made concurrently in all 75 districts of the state for the first time. All of the districts would have access to many opportunities, the chief minister said.