Yogi Adityanath reviewed projects related to public welfare

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Lucknow: After the completion of Lok Sabha elections, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a meeting with all the Additional Chief Secretaries and Principal Secretary level officers of the state on Thursday and reviewed the current status of various projects related to public interest.

A state government spokesperson said here that in this high-level meeting, the officials apprised the Chief Minister about the progress of various schemes and future action plans. According to the spokesperson, in the meeting the Chief Minister said, “Additional Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary are the top officials of their departments. They are accountable for every system, every project, every issue related to the department, so it is their responsibility to ensure timeliness and quality. Officials should maintain better coordination with the departmental ministers.”

The Chief Minister said in the meeting that the demand should be sent immediately to the concerned commissions from the departments where appointments are to be made and a time limit should be fixed for the selection process. Adityanath said, “The first quarter of the financial year 2024-25 is about to end. Proper expenditure of the amount fixed in the current budget should be ensured by all the departments.

There is a need to speed up the efforts for GST collection… give targets to the officers posted in the area and their performance should be made the basis for their promotion and deployment.” In view of the scorching heat, the Chief Minister instructed not to cut electricity unnecessarily anywhere in the state and said that problems like burning of transformers, falling wires and tripping should be resolved immediately.

While giving instructions to clean the drains in view of the rains, he said that there is a great need for cleanliness in the slums. He instructed to get regular fogging done there. The Chief Minister said, “There is a high risk of spread of communicable diseases during the rainy season, so make full preparations in time. Take full support of ASHA, ANM, Anganwadi workers along with doctors.

Efforts should also be made to increase awareness among people.” Adityanath also directed to take legal action against black marketers who create artificial scarcity of minerals like sand, gravel and ballast. He directed to ensure the quality of construction work and timeliness of the project in the medical colleges under construction under the ‘One District-One Medical College’ campaign and to review it weekly. He also said that only merit should be made the criterion in the selection of principals and other staff.

The Chief Minister said that in every situation it should be ensured that all the dues of the previous session are paid before the new session of sugarcane crushing begins. He said that sugarcane should be made available only to those mills which have a good payment record. Adityanath also asked to speed up the campaign for the rejuvenation of secondary schools. Referring to the Amritsar-Kolkata Industrial Corridor, he said that there should be no shortage of land for this project.

The Chief Minister said that academic calendars in all educational institutions including universities, colleges, engineering colleges, polytechnics, ITIs should be prepared in such a way that all the necessary examinations are completed by May 10. He asked to avoid conducting examinations in extreme heat.

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