The UP government and the BJP are making big plans to mark the completion of one year of the Yogi Adityanath-led government’s second term in the state and also to mark Adityanath becoming the longest-serving Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.
Adityanath was sworn in as the CM for the second consecutive term on 25 March 2022 after the BJP government returned to power by winning 255 seats.
On Saturday, ministers in the government, along with BJP office-bearers, will embrace the message of a “change in perception towards the state” in the past six years citing its achievements at the state and district levels.
On March 1 this year, Adityanath held the record for the longest tenure as CM in Uttar Pradesh (5 years 346 days).
Before Adityanath, Sampoornanand of the Congress was the Chief Minister of UP for the longest period (5 years and 345 days) from 1954 to 1960. On March 25, Adityanath will complete six years and six days in office.
According to the plan, while Adityanath will personally list the achievements of his terms on March 25, ministers in-charge of various districts, party MLAs and MLAs will highlight district-level achievements.