Yogi’s first big decision as soon as the second term starts, will give free ration to more than 15 crore people of UP

On Friday, Yogi Adityanath was sworn in for a second term as Uttar Pradesh’s chief minister.

On Friday, March 25, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath convenes the first meeting of the state’s council of ministers in Lucknow.

Yogi Adityanath extended Uttar Pradesh’s free ration scheme for three months for 15 crore people on Saturday, his first major decision a day after his inauguration. The scheme will cost the state of Uttar Pradesh $3,270 crore. “We decided to extend the free ration scheme for the next three months at today’s cabinet meeting. It will benefit the state’s 15 million residents “ANI news agency quoted the chief minister as saying.

After a mega oath ceremony on Friday attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, union ministers, and chief ministers of BJP-ruled states, among other top leaders, the chief minister held his first cabinet meeting on Saturday morning. A crowd of over 70,000 people packed the Atal Bihari Vajpayee cricket stadium.

With this latest move, the BJP hopes to keep the Yogi 2.0 regime focused on pro-poor governance. In addition, with an eye on the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the new state cabinet has focused on balancing caste and regional equations. OBCs and Dalits make up the majority of the 52-member team. Nine Dalits are among the 20 OBC ministers.

Yogi Adityanath
Yogi Adityanath

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Another steadfast support base, the upper castes, has 21 representatives. A total of 22 ministers who previously served in Yogi’s cabinet have now been removed. There are 31 new ministers in the new cabinet.

On Friday, the chief minister told his cabinet to make Uttar Pradesh the best state in the country. Despite losing his seat, Keshav Prasad Maurya was re-appointed as deputy chief minister on Friday, saying, “Now, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s guidance, we will work even harder to help the poor and will approach 2024 with the mission of winning 75 plus seats.” Yogi Adityanath is the first chief minister of Uttar Pradesh to be sworn in for a second term in 37 years.

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