One year of Yogi raj: Communal violence, encounters, dying children

One year of Yogi raj: Communal violence, encounters, dying children

LUCKNOW: March 19 mark the completion of one year of Yogi Adityanath as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

Here is a report card for a year which is a long enough time to evaluate Yogi’s performance across different areas like unemployment, agriculture, healthcare and law and order.

Crop loan waiver is the election promise: The government claimed that the farmers’ debts were waived however, there were reports farmers got cheques ranging from Rs 9, Rs 18 and Rs 20 and so on.

Anti-Romeo squad to target eve-teasers: To protect students and women, Adityanath ordered that ‘Anti-Romeo’ squads. The campaign was appreciated in the beginning but later became controversial.

To celebrate the completion of one year, the Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government would release a film ‘Ek Saal-Naee Misaal’ and a booklet highlighting its achievements with grand function at the Lok Bhawan in Lucknow.

The monk-turned-politician, a master of divisive politics at a meeting in Gorakhpur this March said that as a Hindu he does not celebrate Eid.