UP CM Yogi Adityanath has asked the officials to start schemes for the success of ‘Make in UP’ on the lines of Centre’s ‘Make in India’ programme.
Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister has asked the officials to implement the plan for ‘Make in UP’ on the lines of the Centre’s ‘Make in India’ campaign.
At a presentation of the state institutional finance department which is happened in the late last night the Chief Minister directed the officials to set up a plan and to get prepared to act severely against defaulter companies.
He directed the officials to identify such type of companies who run away with the investor’s money and asked them to impose stringent laws against them.
In order to extend the banking services and to make use of the banking services to the maximum number of people, he directed the officials to set up a drive which will be used for opening the new bank accounts.
Yogi Adityanath said that the digital life certificate should be linked to the Aadhaar accounts and administration department and must ensure that the pension amounts will be distributed to the pensioner’s bank account by using the digital life on the first day of every month. This will be beneficial for all the 12 lakh pensioners in the state.
He also directed the officials to ban the liquor shops which are near to the religious places like Chitrakoot, Vrindavan, Ayodhya and Deva Sharif which were not implemented strictly. In a meeting which was held at late last night, he said that strict actions will be taken against the employees if the liquor shops have not prohibited around the religious places and the officials who are responsible for it will be punished.
In a meeting with the Excise Department, he said that a new excise policy is chalked with a view to enhancing the revenue of the state.