Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Issues Appointment Letters to 242 Assistant Boring Technicians, Stresses Duty Prioritization, and Encourages Contribution to State Development. Adityanath underscores Transparent Job Opportunities and Emphasizes Water Conservation Imperatives in Uttar Pradesh.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath emphasized the significance of responsibilities along with opportunities during an event at Lok Bhawan, where he distributed appointment letters to 242 assistant boring technicians selected by the Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Commission. Adityanath underscored the importance of duties over rights, echoing Prime Minister Modi’s perspective that fulfilling duties ultimately safeguards rights .
Addressing the newly appointed technicians, Adityanath highlighted the state’s achievements in job creation, stating that six lakh people secured employment in the last six-and-a-half years through transparent processes. He urged the recipients to contribute to Uttar Pradesh’s overall development, emphasizing the importance of hard work.
The Chief Minister also discussed the positive changes in the state’s economic landscape, citing improved employment opportunities, self-employment options, and transparent procedures. He cautioned against politicizing developmental issues and praised the youth’s fair treatment in other states, a stark contrast to the scenario before 2017.
Adityanath outlined the broader responsibilities of the boring technicians beyond operating tube wells, emphasizing the abundance of water resources in Uttar Pradesh and the need for preservation. He discussed the state’s reliance on groundwater for irrigation and industrial processes, emphasizing the duty to conserve water despite its availability.
Highlighting the state’s entrance into a new era of industrialization, Adityanath stressed the need for water conservation and outlined initiatives for water management. He encouraged backward districts to improve their water management status and discussed ongoing programs for water conservation, including the construction of Amrit Sarovar, check dams, and the Atal Bhujal Yojana.
Key officials, including State Jal Shakti Minister Swatantra Dev Singh, Minister of State for Jal Shakti Ramkesh Nishad, Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra, and others, were present at the event.