Published: Fri, March 31, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Yogi, other CMs to be BJP's stars

Yogi, other CMs to be BJP's stars

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath Yogi today showered accolades on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah and party workers for the party's massive victory in the state Assembly polls.

Emphasising on the need to strengthen internal discipline between the police officials and subordinates, chief minister has asked the police officials to keep a check on their team, so they can identify the black sheep involved with criminals and anti-social elements.

On Saturday, Adityanath said the anti-Romeo squads must not trouble youngsters unnecessarily, adding that stern action would be taken against the eve-teasers.

Both the deputy chief ministers Keshav Maurya and Dinesh Sharma were present besides several ministers.

The crackdown on illegal slaughterhouses and the shortage of buffalo meat had forced Lucknow's iconic Tunday Kababi to move to chicken and mutton kebabs - and not their mainstay buffalo - at their outlets. Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev became the first guest to visit the Yogi at noon though, the visit lasting four hours.

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Although Adityanath has said that his closure applies only to illegal slaughterhouses, it has adversely business for all meat sellers in Uttar Pradesh.

According to reports, state BJP president Jitu Vaghani held a meeting on March 27 with BJP MLAs and party members of Saurashtra in Rajkot and deliberated on how the saffron party can gain seats in the region. Their slaughter is barred by law in most Indian states, including Uttar Pradesh.

"The government will not trouble those slaughter houses following norms and having license". Many people across the state are protesting against the ban.

He further said that his government has asked the administration to act strictly on such matters. The protestors warned they will continue their strike until the Government lifts the ban. We will fulfill the promises made through our election manifesto. "Fact is, Congress is known for misleading people". "But those that are violating the orders of the NGT and playing with the health of the public would not be spared.", he had said.

The five-time MP and head priest of Gorakhnath Mutt said he was a "fakir" (hermit) who lived on alms, but the people of the state had given him the whole state.

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