He has been charged under IPC sections 500 (defamation), 505 (public mischief) and relevant sections of the Information Technology Act.
The ministers were, earlier, allowed to bring mobile phones but had to keep them on silent mode.
Among the projects that will be up for review are the Purvanchal, Bundelkhand, Ganga and the Gorakhpur Link Expressways.
The chief minister addressed four rallies in Maharajganj, Fazilnagar, Pipraich and Jaitpur in eastern Uttar Pradesh, where polling for the Lok Sabha election will be held on the seventh and last phase
The IUML had moved the commission against the tweets and had urged it to block Adityanath's twitter account.
Adityanath said it was a plot by certain people who wanted to push the entire state to communal frenzy in Bulandshahr.
He said the matter is in the apex court but for peace and brotherhood and for honouring the beliefs of a large number of people, all alternatives need to be explored.
Meet the man who fought in Supreme Court for the Bungalow eviction order to former Uttar Pradesh CMs
SN Shukla, retd IAS officer of 1967 batch and a member of NGO Lok Prahari, tells The New Indian Express how he and his team won a long-drawn battle with passion.
In strong observation on the practice in some states of giving life-time official accommodation to former CMs, the SC said public office held earlier could not be a ground to give special privileges.
Students of the university continued indefinite protest on Thursday demanding action against right-wingers who had tried to trespass campus boundary on Wednesday.
As many as six police personnel were suspended and four accused were arrested for allegedly beating up a rape victim's father.
Fast emerging as ace campaigner of the BJP, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath appears pinned down on Gorakhpur after the Samajwadi Party ended three decades of saffron domination.
For the BJP, Gorakhpur is significant as it is the bastion of the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who has represented the seat in the Lok Sabha five times.
The UP chief minister took a jibe at his Karnataka counterpart, Siddaramaiah, saying he was only now recalling his Hindu roots.
"By becoming Congress president, Rahul Gandhi will make easier our task to make India 'Congress-mukt'," Adityanath said.