Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister took oath 19th March 2017 as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. DGP, IG, DIG and Chief Secretary already had a meeting with the minister on Monday morning.
After the oath ceremony, UP Chief Secretary Rahul Bhatnagar has ordered that all the government officers be on time from Monday onwards and discharge their liabilities properly or face strict actions. Chief Minister designate orders SSPs of all districts to take care of law and order and said disturbance shouldn’t be created in the name of celebrations.
“PM Modi ke Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas ke slogan ke sath UP mein vikas, sushashan ki sthapna karne mein safal honge,” Adityanath said to media. The CM designate is also learnt to have cited a recent case that took place in Bareilly where some people tried to paint slogans and allegedly tried to hoist a flag atop a place of worship leading to tension. He directed officials that steps should be taken to prevent any repeat of such event.
Chief Minister has requested the ministers to give details of their income, movable and immovable property within 15 days. He has also stated that “due to corruption and bad law and order the condition of UP is worse and we will work for it”.
The minister of UP, Shrikant Sharma, has told in the press conference that, “CM has ordered to refrain from making unnecessary statements which can hurt someone’s sentiments”.
He is also going to meet senior officials of the State ministry today. According to a government official (anonymously), “Working under this CM is going to be difficult and we can see the manner in which he is working presently just after taking the oath.”
Adityanth gets up at 4 o’clock and works round the clock. With a workaholic, PM in the centre and a CM in the state, the lazy government officers in UP are in trouble. Let’s see to what extent he can keep it continue and stick to his point of good governance.
By – Parul Kulshrestha