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Lucknow: Yogi Adityanath government’s first Cabinet meeting in Uttar Pradesh ends. Major decisions are taken as expected.All eyes are on  Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) government as they have to apply to these new measures .

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is expected to address the media at Lok Bhavan, Lucknow.

Key Decisions of Cabinet:

*Cabinet approves setting up of a sports stadium in Ghazipur.

*No more illegal slaughter houses will be allowed to be set up in Uttar Pradesh.

*The Yogi Cabinet has also approved the proposal to buy 100% wheat crop of farmers across the state.

*According to the proposal approved by Yogi Cabinets, farmers who have to pay loans up to Rs 1 lakh will be free of the burden now.

*Apart from the farm loan waivers, the UP Cabinet has also stamped their approval on the ordinances on the ban on slaughterhouses, anti-Romeo squads.

*Yogi Adityanath government will spend around Rs 36,000 crore to fund the farm loan waiver, the report says.

*For investment and setting up of industries to stop migration of UP youth, a new Industrial policy will a set up. 

*The CM has formed a committee of ministers, who will visit several states and learn nuances of industrial policies and implement a good one in UP through a single window. 

*Under Dinesh Sharma, the committee will visit states like Maharashtra and Gujarat.

 *Under Keshav prasad Maurya, a three-member committee has been formed to look into the crisis faced by potato farmers.

*Cabinet has taken 9 decisions on Navami festival

* Farmers producing potatoes will be given relief

*New trade policy will be brought in to increase employment in state

*Anti romeo squad is doing good job

 *5000 wheat procurement centres in the state, to be monitored by the agriculture ministers. In the first stage itself, 40lakh metric tonne wheat will be purchased from farmers.

*All district officials have been asked to set up new centres for crop procurement as per demand.

*Along with MSP, all farmers will get Rs 10/quintal. At procurement centres, all purchases to be done by farmers, on the basis of their aadhar cards and no involvement of middlemen.

*All farmers having up to 5-acre land will be counted as small farmers, while those having 2.5-acre land will be considered as marginalized farmers.


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