Lucknow, 27 September: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Monday that the state has a rich tradition of organizing Ramlila. The festivals of Navratri, Dussehra and Deepawali are near; preparations for Ramlila committees are starting. The cultural-religious sentiments of the people should be fully respected.
While directing the officers of Team-09, he said that while establishing contact with the Ramlila committees, motivate them to follow the Corona guidelines. Ramlila should be organized in the open ground and the spectators should be allowed to participate according to the capacity of the ground.
Along with this, Chief Minister Yogi stated that the meeting of Udyog Bandhu should be regular. Every District Magistrates (DMs), Police chiefs, Trade and Industry Department should hold a mandatory meeting with business organizations once in a month and Divisional Commissioners and IGs and DIGs level once in two months. Most of the problems can be solved locally. Those matters which cannot be resolved at the local level refer them to the government. Efforts should be made in this direction with a positive attitude.
The Chief Minister said that there is an expected decline in the number of new patients affected by dengue and other viral diseases. Arrangements have been made for additional beds, doctors, paramedical staff, medicines, testing equipment etc. in the hospitals. It should be increased further as per the need. All necessary arrangements should be made for the prevention of viral diseases. Medicines for fever, diarrhoea, diarrhea etc. should be distributed. Surveillance needs to be improved further. The campaign of cleanliness, fogging and sanitization should be continued.
He further said that there is a need to improve the system in all the cow shelters in the state. Adequate arrangements should be made for bran and green fodder. Care-taker must be posted at every destitute cow shelter site. There should not be any situation of mud and water logging. The shelter sheds should be fine. Encourage local public participation in the maintenance of cattle. If the cow dynasty died due to mismanagement, then strictest action is sure to be taken against the concerned officer and employee.