Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday asked officials to provide food to the poor and migrant laborers during the lockdown imposed to prevent the spread of coronovirus. Community kitchen Instructed to start.
In a review meeting with officials over the Kovid-19 outbreak in the state, CM Yogi Adityanath asked them to ensure that there was no food for laborers, daily wage earners, street vendors, handlers and others. There should be no shortage and they are asked to provide proper food during lockdown.
No one should be hungry in the state during lockdown: CM Yogi
Yogi Adityanath directed UP administration officials to operate community kitchens so that no one would starve in the state during the lockdown period. A UP government spokesperson said that the CM told the officials at the review meeting of Kovid-19 that any laborers, contract workers, street vendors, daily laborers and other needy people have difficulties in getting food for them and their families. Do not have to face it.
The Chief Minister asked the officials to work closely with the Commissioner of Agricultural Production for the food needs of the people in the state. According to reports, Yogi said, “It should be ensured that no person is disturbed due to non-availability of food.”
UP government’s decision to apply free Kovid vaccine to journalists
At the same time, under another important announcement, the government of Uttar Pradesh led by Yogi Adityanath Journalists ‘frontline workers’ Declaring that they will be given preference during the Kovid-19 vaccination.
The statement issued by the UP government said that the Kovid vaccine would be given free of cost to journalists and their families (18+) and a separate center for vaccination would be created for journalists.