How many goals were accomplished in 100 days and what remained incomplete, know the report card of the Yogi government

How many goals were accomplished in 100 days and what remained incomplete, know the report card of the Yogi government

Today, 100 days will be completed for the second term of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's government 2.0. CM Yogi will hold a press conference on this occasion at Lok Bhavan in Lucknow at 12 noon. According to the information, in this press conference, the CM will present the important decisions of the government and the achievements of some of the schemes decided in front of the public in 100 days. In fact, the Yogi government had already set a target of 100 days for its second term, which they have already completed before the deadline. However, there are still some such works that remain unfinished.

Let's see what has been done

The construction of 280 pink toilets in the municipal bodies has been completed.
Under the AMRUT scheme, 19 projects on drinking water were done.
Door-to-door garbage collection started in all 12022 wards.
The work of 50 projects in smart city cities was completed as per schedule.
The work of 75 projects under construction in the smart city has been completed.
Loan distribution to 84148 street vendors under PM Svanidhi Yojana

See unfinished business...

The work of developing an app for the city bus service remains incomplete.
The task of doubling the number of electric buses in 14 cities remains incomplete.

According to the information received about the press conference of CM Yogi to be held today, during this time Yogi Adityanath can extend the free ration scheme being run for the poor in the state for the next three months. At the same time, Uttar Pradesh is going to get the gift of the Bundelkhand Expressway this month, which will be inaugurated by PM Modi.

The government will keep the report of 100 days tenure in front of the public

Let us tell you, on 25 March, the Yogi government took oath for the second consecutive chief minister's post. CM Yogi had prepared a 100-day action plan for his ministers and departments, after which the ministers were asked to prepare an action plan for 100 days, 6 months, 1 year, 2 years, and 5 years. At the same time, now in its first phase, the government will put the report of 100 days' tenure in front of the public.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken many big decisions in 100 days of the second term. After the decision of free ration in the first cabinet, the government organized a groundbreaking ceremony to bring investment in the state.