Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday vowed to change the ground situation in cleanliness after the state witnessed Varanasi as lone city in the in the cleanest city in Swachh Sarvekshan 2017 while the 52 cities were listed under dirtiest category.
The chief minister participated in a programme where he felicitated the freedom fighters.
While addressing a gathering during his maiden visit to Meerut as state chief minister, Adityanath said that his priority is to bring development and governance in the state barring religion and caste.
Adityanath said that his focus is to give respite to the state farmers and will provide security to the woman and sisters of the state.
Only 1 city from UP is on list of cleanest cities in India & 52 cities on the list of cities that are dirtiest; have to change this: UP CM pic.twitter.com/vMUTrbBB86— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) May 9, 2017
He said the formation of anti-romeo squad is to aim to curb such incidents in the society.