Siddharthanagar, 03 October: State Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of three hundred development projects in the five assembly constituencies of the district at a cost of Rs 524.07 crore.
On this occasion, he has also distributed approved letters to the beneficiaries of various schemes.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, while addressing a public meeting organized at the Girls Inter College of Dumriyanganj, said that the shackles of slavery should be broken. A meaningful effort made in the interest of the country and the state never fails.
He said that farmers and youth are getting benefits under this government. The Ganga of development is flowing in Uttar Pradesh. Medical college in Siddharthnagar will start studies in this session. Our government has taken strict action against the land mafia. 30 thousand people have got the benefit of housing in the state.
“The beneficiaries are being provided the benefits of government schemes without any discrimination of caste and class. There was a flood in the previous government, but no one got the benefit in time. This government is doing the work of taking development schemes to the people without discrimination,” Yogi added.
The Chief Minister said that the poor family is being treated free of cost. Girls are getting a lot of benefits from Kanya Sumangala Yojana. After 2017, no starvation death occurred nor has any farmer had to commit suicide. The government should be dedicated to public welfare. In the lockdown, the worker was brought to his home safely from another state. The previous governments did not build a medical college in this district. This work has been done by the BJP government.
He said that our government has started branding black salt rice internationally. Today the fragrance of black salt rice is reaching not only in Siddharthnagar but in the country and the world. Siddharthnagar is the only district where 5 new nagar panchayats have been created.