Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Tuesday, said that the state government was ready for discussions on overall development, public welfare, issues related to public interest and resolution of public problems during the Winter session of the Uttar Assembly, adding that all the members of different political parties had been invited for a meaningful discussion.
Talking to the mediapersons ahead of the session at the Vidhan Bhawan, the chief minister said, “Our government is fully prepared to answer all the questions of the members and is ready to discuss all the issues related to development of Uttar Pradesh.”
Emphasising the importance of the House as a crucial platform to address issues concerning the general public and draw the government’s attention towards them, the chief minister expressed the confidence that all members, considering the sentiments of the common people, would contribute towards making the House a centre for healthy discussions.
He asserted that the government would work towards strengthening the legislature further through meaningful discussion. In this session, along with the supplementary budget, pending legislative work would be completed.
The chief minister further said that over the past six and a half years, the legislature had successfully promoted meaningful discussions on important issues, representing democratic values, much to the curiosity and wonder of people.
“I especially appeal to the members of the opposition parties that it is the responsibility of the ruling party as well as the opposition to hold discussions in a dignified manner in the House. Thereby, let us contribute in maintaining the dignity of the House”, he added.
The chief minister said that the government was ready to respond to every question from the opposition. He assured that the government would actively participate in the House with thorough preparation.
On the first day of the Legislature proceedings, the chief minister said, “I heartily welcome all the members and believe that, in accordance with the sentiments of the general public, all members will present their views effectively in the House.”
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Khanna and Transport Minister Dayashankar Singh were present during this interaction.