During his first visit to his constituency in Gorakhpur after becoming the CM of UP, Yogi urged all Bharatiya Janata Party office bearers and public representatives not to undertake contractual work.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath arrived at his home town of Gorakhpur amidst chants of Yogi, Yogi on Saturday. A huge crowd had gathered to receive Adityanath who took over as CM of Uttar Pradesh exactly a week back.
The town painted a saffron look as the CM along with his motorcade made its landing in Gorakhpur. People were heard chanting Yogi, Yogi, and Yogi Adityanath Zindabad (long live Yogi).
Since taking over as the CM, he has made all the right noises and has been in the media for a considerable amount of time.
Two men had grabbed her and poured acid down her throat on a train to Lucknow on Thursday evening. Ironically, this is the second attack on the woman whose case was about to go to trial.
Over pooris and pakoras, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah issued several guidelines to the party’s MPs. The breakfast meeting chaired by Modi issued several guidelines to the MPs that included not asking newly-elected Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath for any favours.
He also ordered the police to come up with a plan to shut down illegal slaughterhouses.
The BJP’s Yuva Morcha filed a complaint against Prabha Belavangala for putting up objectionable content against Yogi on her Facebook page.
It may be recalled that the BJP had not fielded a single Muslim candidate for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections 2017.
In a bid to put an end to VVIP culture, newly- elected Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath has said no to red beacons. The CM of UP decided to completely do away with the lal batti culture.
This would mean no minister would don red beacon lights on their official cars.