Lucknow: While it was Prime Minister Narendra Modi who was practically contesting all the 542 Lok Sabha seats across India in the 2019 polls, it must also be given to UP CM Yogi Adityanath to have ably assisted the PM. In the same continuum, the CM has already launched Mission 2022 to once again repeat his 2017 sweep of the most political state of India.

“The chief minister has launched the agenda of the next 100 days immediately after the 2019 elections so as to keep track of various project, especially in the infrastructure sector, to take PM Modi’s message of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and Sabka Vishwas’ to the people,” UP BJP spokesperson Chandra Mohan told MyNation.

It is not for nothing that the party has been dubbed as mega election machinery that works throughout the year, tirelessly.

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According to top sources, a key feature of this 100-day plan is a massive outreach to the beneficiaries of the welfare schemes launched by the Centre as well as the BJP government in the state. The aggressive extension of these schemes and increasing manifold the number of beneficiaries, which proved to be dedicated voters of the saffron party in the 2019 elections is at the heart of this move. The equation is simple: the more the beneficiaries, the more the voters.

The chief minister on Friday reviewed measures for aggressively controlling Japanese Encephalitis and for flood management and control, the twin malaises that have so far afflicted eastern UP and have also brought much criticism upon the government in the past.

As part of this, the Yogi government would be running a comprehensive contagious diseases programme which will start from July 1. The administration has been ordered to get ready with all the preparations by June 15.

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State chief secretary Anoop Chandra Pandey will conduct an aerial survey of the Poorvanchal Expressway on June 2. He would be reviewing the progress of different sections of the highway, including Amethi, Sultanpur, Azamgarh and Ghazipur.

The six-lane highway would connect Lucknow to Ghazipur in eastern UP. It has the potential of being further expanded to eight lanes.

Apart from the review of these measures, the chief minister would also be reviewing the pace and extent of completion of infrastructure projects in the state.