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To mark four years in power, Yogi Govt lists achievements in Lucknow conclave

The aim of the conclave was to help people understand the changes happening in the economic, social, business and political spheres in Uttar Pradesh

To mark the completion of four years of the Yogi Adityanath Government, a conclave was held to help people understand the changes happening with respect to the economic, social, business, and political spheres in Uttar Pradesh.

The stage was set in Lucknow and the event had a line-up of cabinet ministers, including Deputy CM Dinesh Sharma along with CM Adityanath to answer questions from the public.

The conclave commenced with the session of Deputy CM Sharma. While drawing a picture of the digital revolution happening in the education system of UP, he said how the youth have succeeded in fulfilling their dream of employment during these past four years.

This was followed by a session of Shrikant Sharma, State Power Minister, who said 24-hour electricity is being provided in the NCR. He informed the audience about the revolutionary change in the field of solar energy. He concluded his session by informing about the development taking place in the field of religious tourism in Mathura and Vrindavan.

This platform saw a session by Mahendra Singh, State Jal Shakti Minister, who presented major achievements of his ministry. He discussed the successful efforts of the government to provide clean water to every house in the state and counted how his ministry is constantly taking new steps for the cleanliness of Ganga and Yamuna.

The next session was with Swati Singh, State Women Welfare Minister, who discussed her ministry's efforts and success on every issue related to women's safety and education of girls. She spoke in detail about the government schemes being run for women.

All the ministers mentioned how the UP Government fought the battle with corona and was able to win it to a great extent. The conclave had sessions with folk singer Malini Awasthi, and Raju Srivastava, President, UP Film Development Council.

Awasthi graced the occasion with her melodious voice.

Comedian Raju Srivastava spoke on the merits of the International Film City being built in Greater Noida and made the audience laugh with his wit and great comic timing.

The event concluded with the session of CM Adityanath. Answering the question, ‘At what speed development has increased in Uttar Pradesh after 2017’, the CM responded by citing data and projects. He counted many achievements of the government, including one district one product and the expressways.

When asked about the 2022 election battle, he said the people of UP will choose the BJP once again.

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