Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath lays foundation projects worth crores in Kanpur and Barabanki

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On a three district visit on Monday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath laid the foundation of many developmental projects in Kanpur and Barabanki. The leader was on his tour to visit Kanpur, Mau, and Barabanki district.

The tour is said to be the stepping stone for the upcoming by-polls in the state. The state will see by-polls for 13 of its seats. The maximum number of seats fell vacant after their leaders were elected to the Lok Sabha.

Addressing a rally in Kanpur, Yogi Adityanath laid the foundation of projects worth Rs. 50 crores. He promised to restore the lost glory of Kanpur city. The leader said that many gahts are already being beautified under the Namami Gange program. The City might also see metro trains soon.

Chief Minister said that the situation of law and order in the state is better now. He mentioned that no riots take place now as it was to be in the previous government. Yogi Adityanath appealed the city-dwellers to make Kanpur plastic-free. While speaking at the rally here, He also distributed certificates for various welfare schemes run by the government.

The minister also lauded the success of BJP government’s schemes. He praised the Ayushman Bharat scheme and Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan. He said that around 50 crore people received benefit from Ayushamn Bharat, and 10 core toilets were constricted.

At a rally in Barabanki, Yogi Adityanath inaugurated the projects worth Rs. 71.26 crores. He also praised the Modi government for repealing of Article 370. The BJP leader also applauded the efforts of the Modi government for giving a strong reply to terrorism and rescuing the women from the evils of Triple Talaq.

Yogi Adityantah had previously called for implementing NRC (National Register of Citizens) if the need arises. He described NRC as an important exercise for national security matters.

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