NEW DELHI: In the view of improving the law and order situation across the state, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said the government officers in Uttar Pradesh to either work for 18 to 20 hours daily or free to leave their jobs. “The state government will not tolerate any looseness in implementation of the government schemes. Those officers who want to work 18-20 hours daily can continue with the government and if they are not agree to do so, they are free to leave their job,” Yogi Adityanath said while he was addressing the Bhartiya Janta Party meeting in Gorakhpur on Sunday. It was his first visit to his parliamentary constituency after becoming the Chief Minister.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath said that promises will be first and top priority for the government which was made by BJP during UP assembly election, he was addressing BJP MPs, MLAs, MLCs, top leaders and functionaries in Beniganj area.
Stressing on coordination between the state government and party, Adityanath said, “Workers should ensure that benefits of the government schemes reach the have-nots and the last man.”
But in the same breath, he told BJP leaders and workers not to interfere in the functioning of the state government and not to put pressure on officials for contracts.
“Only two years are left for the Lok Sabha elections and party workers should start preparations for it. If they find any discrepancy in the functioning of the state government they should inform me,” he said.
In the meeting, he announced the government will provide monetary assistance for weddings of girls from poor families and create enough avenues for jobs to stem out migration of youths from the state.