The opposition is projecting these visits as a sign of the jitters in the ruling party, which recently lost Gorakhpur, a Lok Sabha seat vacated by Yogi Adityanath himself when he became chief minister.
Notices were served a day after Mulayam Singh Yadav met Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and was said to have brought up the matter of the official bungalows.
“Cabinet ka matt hai ki Lok Sewa Ayog hi pareeksha karayega (It has been decided by the Cabinet that the examination would be conducted by UPPSC only),” said Sidhartha Nath Singh.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath was visiting the district to hold a review of law and order and meet family members of people killed during a recent dacoity there.
The Uttar Pradesh government has formed a high level committee, headed by Agriculture Production Commissioner (APC) Raj Pratap Singh, to probe the incident.
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The bus entered from Gorakhpur and travelled along the Sant Kabeernagar highway after which it was received by district and police officials and escorted to Ayodhya.
Garg, a five-time lawmaker from Agra Uttar constituency, alleged the officers allegedly took 15 per cent commission for 10 years.
Rally after rally, the two parties launched several attacks on one another over the choice of CM candidates – B S Yeddyurappa of BJP and Siddaramaiah of Congress.
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Ever since the Adityanath government came to power, there have been over 1,478 police encounters in the state between March 20, 2017 and March 25, 2018, according to official data.
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UP: Adityanath also distributed cheques to people affected by the storm in Agra’s Fatehabad and said, “Relief has been provided to the affected. Kin of those who died have been given Rs 4 lakhs as ex-gratia and the injured are given free treatment in hospitals.”
On Thursday, CM Adityanath was criticised by his Karnataka counterpart Siddaramaiah for remaining in the poll-bound state even after his own state was hit by the storm.
According to reports, the minister and his aides reached the home of a Dalit family in Aligarh to dine with them, but ordered food, mineral water and cutlery from outside as the family was not aware of the minister’s visit.