Amit Shah urges Uttar Pradesh ministers to ensure speedy delivery of welfare schemes
The victory in Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections was the result of hard work of BJP workers and the government's aim is to take welfare-centric measures of the Centre to the people, Amit Shah told party workers.
Lucknow: The victory in Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections was the result of hard work of BJP workers and the government's aim is to take welfare-centric measures of the Centre to the people, which had been stagnated in the previous regimes, party president Amit Shah said on. Shah made the remarks while addressing the ministers of the UP government in Lucknow.
At the meeting of the government and organisation held at the Uttar Pradesh BJP office, it was pledged that various welfare-centric measures of the Centre and state government will be taken to the doorstep of the public, an official statement issued by the party said.
"The government is working to verify the BPL cards and this work has largely been completed. This will help in providing government ration to the deserving and actual beneficiaries. The government is committed for the betterment of people of Uttar Pradesh. The ministers in the government are also contributing in this regard," Shah said, according to the statement.
At the meeting, a roadmap was also prepared for fulfilling the promises mentioned in the 'Sankalp Patra' (manifesto) at the earliest.
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath said, "Ministers have been made in-charge for various districts, and assigned with the responsibility of carrying out developmental activities in the district. This will also help in review of various schemes."
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