The CM claimed that 54 lakh poor people in the state were allotted houses under PMAY in the last six years and 10 lakh more houses would be ready.
The UP CM was handing over the keys of houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY-Urban) to 76 beneficiaries of the low-income group (LIG) in Lukarganj area of Prayagraj.
Adityanath said 54 lakh poor people in the state have been allotted houses under PMAY in the past six years and 10 lakh more houses will be allotted soon.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's silence on this incident shows that he is patronising crime in Uttar Pradesh, said the Dalit leader.
Yogi Adityanath said, "Respecting the belief of devotees, meat should not be allowed to be sold in the open on the Kanwar route. The route should remain clean and sanitised.
CM Adityanath also directed that there should be no display of weapons in religious processions and added that the place for the sacrifice on Bakri Eid should be marked in advance.
The novel by Shantanu Gupta, who has written two bestseller titles on the UP CM, was launched at the Chinmaya Heritage Centre in Chennai, with over 800 children participating in the event.
He also directed the authorities concerned to take forward the projects of establishing Unity Malls in Lucknow, Varanasi and Agra besides providing facilities to the entrepreneurs of the MSME sector.
Adityanath renamed Amaltash Road, a key road in Noida that connects Rajnigandha Chowk in Sector 16 to Sector 12, as 'Ramnath Goenka Marg'.
With the appointment of acting police chiefs instead of a full-time DGP, the BJP leaders can do whatever they wish, the Samajwadi Party chief alleged.
Media reports suggest that there are over 7000 unrecognised madarasas in Uttar Pradesh. And according to post-survey data published in newspapers, there are 16,513 recognised madrasas in the UP.