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No VIP culture in Yogi 'raj', Adityanath says no to red beacons
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LUCKNOW, Apr 19 (Agencies): Saint-politician Yogi Adityanath, who began his new innings as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh with a pledge to work without discrimination, has decided not to promote the VIP culture during his tenure.

According to Financial Express, the Chief Minister has issued orders on Monday that no minister in the state government will be allowed to use the red beacons atop vehicles.

Reiterating his government's commitment to fight corruption, Adityanath had asked all the ministers in his cabinet to provide details of their income, moveable and immovable assets within 15 days.

During a meeting with Uttar Pradesh Police chief Javeed Ahmed, the Chief Minister expressed concern over the killing of a BSP leader in Allahabad last night.

He, it is learnt, also ordered the UP DGP to come up with a blueprint for better policing in the state within 15 days, after consulting with police officers of all districts.

He is expected to meet principal secretaries of all departments later today.

“As uprooting corruption is the main agenda of our party, the CM in his first introductory meeting with his ministers directed them to give details of their income, moveable and immovable properties with 15 days to the (party) organisation as well as the secretary (to CM),” Cabinet Minister Srikant Sharma said.


News Updated at : Wednesday, April 19, 2017
 
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