Yogi Adityanath, who took in charge of CM office on 19th March will be finishing his first 100 days in office this month, making this month pivotal for the BJP regime.
Keeping aside this landmark, the Yogi government is going to announce new industrial policy for the state in the coming days too.
Adityanath, 21st CM of UP, had also promised to rid UP roads of potholes by June 15.
In addition, UP government is also in the process of preparing a fresh budget for the remaining time frame. The Akhilesh Yadav government had, in the interim budget presented on December 21 last year, made a provision of Rs 1,34,845 crore for the April-August period.
The new budget will be presented in next 10 days or so as Budget session in the horizon.
Taking into account the dismal situation of the state’s exchequer, balancing the fulfillment of pre-poll promises is going to quite a tough task for Yogi.
In the absence of new taxes, only option left for Yogi is to minimize on wasteful expenditure and economising on public spending.
In the mean time, government has to ensure a seamless transition into the GST regime that slated to be rolled out on July 1. UP, where the consumption remains high, GST can turn out to be a boon.
Law and order
Yogi, who is widely been regarded as upright and discliplined as an administrator, has not done well with regard to law and order. A spate of murders, robberies and other crime cases has put question mark on his personality.