Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said on Monday that his government was making no discrimination on the basis of caste or religion and was committed for the welfare of each member of society and stressed that focus of the government was on development and with zero tolerance towards corruption and criminals.
He exuded confidence that the Bharatiya Janata Party would win the coming assembly election with absolute majority by winning at least 325 seats.
Maurya was speaking at a function where he laid the foundation stone or inaugurated projects worth Rs 1,200.34 crore in Meerut. The projects include building of a medical college in Bulandshahr and one industrial training institute (ITI) each in Khurja and Baghpat.
Speaking on the occasion, Maurya said that development works undertaken under the Yogi Adityanath government do not reflect a caste bias. “We are unbiased, which is why, be it a Yaduvanshi or Raghuvanshi, all are with BJP. What we are doing is just a glimpse of much more that we intend to do. The BJP will not sit in peace until it has ensured that members of each and every section of society are happy and living safely.”
The deputy chief minister also patted the government for putting an end to corruption and hooliganism and claimed that whether money came from the Centre or was given by the state government, it reached directly to the accounts of beneficiaries.
He said that the government had extended the best ever infrastructure in Uttar Pradesh by way of smooth roads, 24-hour power supply and above all a fear-free society by ending the mafia criminal raj in the state.
“No one has done as much for the farmers as this government has done. Farmers were provided with every help and the Central government also introduced new farm laws to remove middlemen from mandis and facilitate best price to the farmers for their crops,” Maurya claimed.