Samajwadi Government has always fought for the cause of poor, farmers and labourers
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday paid tributes to late Prime Minister Chowdhary Charan Singh on his death anniversary and garlanded his portrait in the Vidhan Sabha premises. On the occasion, the Chief Minister recalled the tireless efforts and struggle of the late leader for the uplift of farmers, poor, labourers and villages. He added that the late Prime Minister stood by his ethos all through his life. The Chief Minister also pointed out that the Samajwadi government always fought for the cause of the farmers, labourers, poor and the downtrodden and would always strive to assimilate them in the mainstream of the society. Keeping these things in mind, the state government had waived off loans of farmers and was providing irrigation facilities, timely supply of seeds and fertilisers to them.
Responding to questions asked by the media on the occasion, the Chief Minister said the state government was working for the last two years for comprehensive development of the state. Saying that the state government was very serious regarding the issues like power, the Chief Minister informed that work was underway for underground cabling and that by 2016 villages will get 18 hours electricity and cities will get 22-24 hour power supply.
He also assured that the state government was serious to maintain law and order and check crimes. Also present on the occasion were Jail Minister Mr. Rajendra Chowdhary, Principal Secretary (information) Mr. Navneet Sehgal, Secretary (Secretariat Administration) Mr. Arvind Narayan Mishra, Director Information Mr. Prabhat Mittal, other senior officers and people’s representatives.