BJP-led Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to remove the 'Samajwadi' tag from all government schemes. Now all state schemes will be called 'Mukhya Mantri Yojna' while Central schemes will be known by their original names.
The decision was taken by the state Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during the second ministerial presentation session on Thursday. The presentation session which ran late into night ended with a series of decisions. In this session, 15 ministries presented their work. Next UP Cabinet meet will be held on April 11.
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Important decisions taken in Thursday's meeting:
-Samajwadi word to be dropped from govt schemes
-State schemes to be re-christened as Mukhya Mantri Yojna
-Central schemes to be known by original names
-Speeding up of govt schemes to keep cost in check
-Focus on industrial town and industrial corridor being developed by Centre
-To bring UP in top 5 states from number 14 currently
-Focus on Khadi Gramudyog because they are associated with Mahatma Gandhi
-Check corruption in energy production and distribution
-Develop new capacities in renewable energy with an aim to add 2000 Mega Watt