Lucknow, March 20: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Swami Adityanath assured his government will not discriminate against any community. Taking the charge on his shoulders, He said Uttar Pradesh will be put on fast-track development. CM promised to restore law and order, security to women and generation of employment as areas of priority. He also directed his cabinet colleagues to give details of their income, moveable and immovable properties.
The Chief Minister said that the government would work for all sections of the society without any discrimination, adding that women safety would be prioritised. Soon after his swearing-in earlier in the day, Adityanath asserted that all the promises mentioned in the manifesto would be fulfilled.
"Our Government will work for the welfare of the people. We will work for all the sections of the society without any discrimination. Special efforts will be made for the welfare of the poor, Dalits and backward classes," he said while addressing the media.
Adityanath assured that their government would also work towards the betterment of the law and order situation in the state. "The people have born a heavy loss due to the deteriorated situation of law and order and corruption. Our Government will work for the welfare of the people," he said.
Also, CM has requested cabinet ministers to refrain from making unnecessary statements which can hurt someone's sentiment," Uttar Pradesh minister Shrikant Sharma told the media here.
Adityanath, his two deputies, Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma, and 44 ministers took oath of office in the presence of PM Narendra Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah and several invitees at the sprawling Smriti Upvan in Lucknow on Sunday.
The 46-member Yogi ministry, including the two deputy CMs, consists of 23 "forward" castes, 14 OBCs and five Dalits. It has one Muslim and one Sikh member each. Adityanath Yogi, as he called himself while taking oath, was the first to be sworn in as UP's 19th CM and at 44, he's the second youngest after Akhilesh Yadav in 2012.