Yogi said that whether the land is government or private, the strictest action should be taken against the illegal occupants without any discrimination.
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday directed officials to take the strictest action without any discrimination against those who illegally encroached land, whether government or private. On presentation of the action plan of 5 departments of the rural development sector before the Council of Ministers, Chief Minister Adityanath directed that BDOs/Tehsildars/SDMs (Sub-District Magistrates) should stay at their place of posting and if the government accommodation is not suitable, then make arrangements to stay on rent.
It is a cause of serious controversy in the villages
Chief Minister Yogi said, 'Whether the land is government or private, strictest action should be taken against illegal occupants without discrimination. This is a cause of serious dispute in the villages and should be dealt with strictly. Action should be taken to investigate the illegal occupation of the transit land. He directed that in order to make the Tehsil administration accountable, transparent and corruption-free, a separate portal should be made for receiving complaints related to corruption.
Complaints of corruption
Yogi said that a panel of 50 officers should be formed, which should investigate the complaints of corruption. An official spokesperson said that the Chief Minister has directed to work towards providing houses to 13 lakh families under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna Rural and 1.5 lakh families under Mukhyamantri Awas Yojana Rural with the aim of providing houses to the homeless.
There should be 2 hi-tech nurseries in every district
Yogi said that during the pandemic through MNREGA, the highest growth of 213 percent has been recorded in the financial years 2019-20 and 2020-21 and Uttar Pradesh is the first in the country to provide employment to the families in the financial years 2020-21 and 2021-22. has been in place. CM has asked MNREGA to set up 2 hi-tech nurseries in every district. One nursery will produce 15 lakh saplings.