Yogi Adityanath says the burden of farmer loan waiver will not fall on the people
Yogi Adityanath said the burden of the Rs 35,000 crore plus loan waiver for farmers announced by the government will not be passed on to the people.
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday said the burden of the Rs 35,000 crore plus loan waiver for farmers announced by the government will not be passed on to the people.
"We have made arrangements for the same and we will also cut short the unnecessary expenses," the chief minister said.
The state government had set an aim of providing the best and efficient health care services to the people and to ensure that under all circumstances, these services reach far flung areas to people in need.
Yogi also accused his predecessor Akhilesh Yadav of rejecting the hitch emergency ambulances for the last two years, thus depriving the people of a major life saving facility.
All ambulances will be monitored through GPS and will be run by GVK-EMRI, which will be responsible for proper running of the equipments and in case they are found non-functional, a fine of Rs 10,000 will be levied.
Health Minister Siddharthnath Singh informed that of the 150 ambulances flagged off, 75 were provided by the Central government in 2014-15 and 75 in 2015-16 under National Health Mission but the past government did not use them.
The Supreme Court rule prompts it to 'address the challenges of the 21st century, ranging from the pandemic to the rise of intolerance', he added
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The remarks come a day after the Uttar Pradesh Population Policy 2021-2030 was unveiled to steady the growing population in the state and reduce maternal and infant deaths in a time-bound manner