Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath ordered officials on Sunday to build shelters for the cows. Along with this, CM Yogi also stated the energy crisis. At the same time, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that no person should receive the wrong electricity bill in the state. The correct electricity bill must be delivered at the right time.
Be a haven for cows: According to a PTI report Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath gave instructions to the officials, he said, “Prepare a plan to make a shelter for around 2,000 to 2,500 cows at the block level and proper arrangements should be made in all the shelters. Make such arrangements so that the cows do not get sunlight. There should be an adequate provision of green fodder, straw, etc. in the shelters. The wheat harvest continues and in such a situation it would be appropriate to buy fodder for the animals. This is expected to speed up the process of forming milk committees.”
The state will have more power: Speaking about the power crisis, Yogi Adityanath said that the central government has ensured that the state will get additional power. Along with this, additional rakes will also be available to carry the coal through transport. He said: “During my visit to Delhi, I had positive talks with the Home Minister, the Energy Minister, and the Railway Minister regarding power supply. The ministers assured full cooperation.”
Correct invoice to all consumers: Yogi Adityanath also instructed consumers to pay their electricity bills correctly. CM Yogi said, “Overbilling or late billing not only harasses the consumer but also makes them frustrated with the system and the consumer is not excited to pay the bill. So make sure the correct invoice is delivered on time. For this, a concrete action plan is needed.” On the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya, Parshuram Jayanti, and Eid, the CM said that there should be no unnecessary power outages. Arrangements must be made for cleaning, drinking water, etc. around religious places and people’s comfort should be taken care of.
People received the ration on time: Speaking about the free ration scheme for 15 million people, Chief Minister Yogi said that the availability of ration material and the distribution system should be reviewed at regular intervals. In addition, people must receive the ration on time.