There’s certainly a problem with Yogi Adityanath’s analyzation of problems being the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. The latest example comes from his government’s proposal to build a grand statue of Lord Ram near the banks of Ayodhya river.
We don’t say that this is wasteful expenditure nor do we want to hurt anyone’s religious sentiments.
We only have a problem with the wrong order of priorities CM Yogi Adityanath has. The Gorakhpur BRD hospital incident isn’t forgotten by anyone yet.
We saw how more than 60 children died because of lack of oxygen supplies. The government did not have money to buy oxygen but they can spare 195 crores on the grand statue (as stated in the detailed project report by the state government).
Why this chaos of priorities MR Chief Minister? Why was this money not dedicated to improving the healthcare facilities in the state of Uttar Pradesh?
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Very recently we also saw the girls in BHU protesting robustly for their security and safety against the hooliganism in BHU. They said that there’s not enough security for them and the VC said, “ if we listen to every girl, we cannot run the university.”
How about these funds were rather dedicated towards the security and safety of students at BHU?
Yogi Adityanath is clearly administering the state as a priest and not as a visionary and lack of his administrative experience is speaking for itself!
Again we are not saying that we have any objection with Ayodhya getting a grand statue of Lord Ram. But we strongly believe that even Lord Ram would be happy to first see the healthcare system and the education system of Uttar Pradesh, not to forget the chaotic Law and order situation.
We are just saying that he should talk more about policy than just religion because a certain faith has been conferred upon him by the people of Uttar Pradesh. If you closely look at his short tenure as the CM he has been more about religion and less about
If you closely look at his short tenure as the CM he has been more about religion and less about the policy which is indeed a cause of worry.