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In contrast to his firebrand image, newly elected Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday requested his cabinet ministers to refrain from making statements that might hurt people's sentiments.
"CM has requested cabinet ministers to refrain from making unnecessary statements which can hurt someone's sentiment," Uttar Pradesh minister Shrikant Sharma told the media here.
Taking the charge on his shoulders, Adityanath has also asked the ministers to give details of their income, movable and immovable property within fifteen days to Chief Minister Secretary & organisation.
Soon after his swearing-in earlier in the day, Adityanath asserted that all the promises mentioned in the manifesto would be fulfilled.
The Chief Minister said that the government would work for all sections of the society without any discrimination, adding that women safety would be prioritised.
"Our Government will work for the welfare of the people. We will work for all the sections of the society without any discrimination. Special efforts will be made for the welfare of the poor, Dalits and backward classes," he said while addressing the media here.
Adityanath assured that their government would also work towards the betterment of the law and order situation in the state.
"The people have born a heavy loss due to the deteriorated situation of law and order and corruption. Our Government will work for the welfare of the people," he said.
Adityanath said that in the last 15 years Uttar Pradesh has been left behind in all respects, adding that they would take the state on path of growth and development.
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