For the first time after independence, the largest party was formed from village to parliament
By winning a big victory in the Panchayat elections, it has made its penetration from village to village
The atmosphere changed due to the victory of BJP in the three-tier elections on 3050 seats in 75 districts.
Lucknow. 20 July: Under the leadership of CM Yogi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has made its inroads from village to village by winning the three-tier panchayat elections. The workers have played a big role in this to take the benefits of the schemes at the grassroots level to every person.
The victory of the BJP in the block major elections has also become a living example of this. The BJP, which is continuously expanding in the state, has made a strong hold in more than one lakh revenue villages.
The BJP has won a big victory in the elections held on a total of 3050 seats in 75 districts of UP. Out of 3047 seats of Zilla Panchayat members, BJP has left other political parties far behind, taking lead in 768 seats.
This is the first time after independence that BJP has emerged as the single largest party from village to Parliament. As a result of the efficient leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and the development works being done in a planned manner, the party has made its way to the backward villages.
Similarly, the BJP won 67 out of 75 seats in the panchayat elections. Not only had this, in the election of the block chief, the BJP won 648 seats out of a total of 825. The special thing is that in these 349 seats, the party won unopposed.
Efficient corona management gave a different identity to the party
For the first time in the state through more than 70 thousand monitoring committees, the Yogi government put its full force and succeeded in this so that the infection of corona does not spread in the villages. During this, the Chief Minister’s frequent visits to the villages and talking to people infected with Corona proved to be pleasant.
The work done at the grassroots level became the basis for the victory of the party.
In order to establish its hold in the villages, the state government has set up Panchayat Bhawan, Common Facility Center (CFC) group toilets in every gram panchayat, providing employment on fixed honorarium for the maintenance of these toilets, BC (Banking Correspondence) in 58 thousand.
The BJP’s hold in the villages has been further strengthened by schemes like making Since the state has the largest number of villages and farmers. Therefore, Uttar Pradesh has also got the maximum benefit of all such schemes.
Loan waiver given in BJP government gave big relief to farmers
In the BJP’s government in UP, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath waived off the loans of 84 thousand small marginal farmers worth Rs 36,000 crore in his very first cabinet. This decision brought great relief to the farmers. The government is continuously working in the interest of the farmers, as a result of which its position in the villages is continuously getting stronger.
Successful plans to increase agriculture became the ‘strength’ of the party
Giving benefit to the farmers, the BJP government has implemented the Minimum Support Price (MSP) in the state. Under this, the minimum support price of crops has become one and a half times their cost. Record procurement of paddy, wheat, bringing maize and some other crops under MSP are the major achievements of the BJP government.
Similarly, record procurement and payment of sugarcane were done since independence. Along with this, there are many such works like Kisan Samman Yojana, connecting more than five lakh farmers through Million Farmers School, etc., which have helped in strengthening the BJP in the villages.
Not only this, whatever was left, it was completed by the central schemes like Pradhan Mantri Awas, Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman, Pradhan Mantri Sinchai Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala and Ayushman Bharat-PM Arogya Yojana and their successful implementation by the state government. Uttar Pradesh is at number one in the implementation of all these schemes.