Lucknow, March 16: The youngest chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav on completed four years in office on Tuesday, March 15.
On the occasion of the completion of four years, Yadav posted on Twitter, "Today it has been 4 years since I took office. The journey continues to complete the promises we made."
He also shared a cute pic of him, along-with his wife Dimple Yadav and daughters. One of his daughters was cutting the cake inside his office.
As part of celebrations of successful completion of four years of his tenure as UP CM, Akhilesh announced projects for construction of power sub-stations across the state worth over Rs 3,712 crores.
He also launched "Samajwadi Sugandh (the fragrance of socialism)" - a pack of four perfume bottles - to mark his government's four years in office.
"Each bottle of perfume captures the fragrance of four different cities -- Agra, Lucknow, Benares and Kannauj," Mr Yadav said. "Music was always a part of Socialism, now it has got fragrance," he added.
Born on July 1, 1973, Akhilesh assumed the office as CM of Uttar Pradesh, at the age of 38, on March 15, 2012.
In last four years, Akhilesh-led Samajwadi Party achieved a lot on various fronts, but at the same time crime against women and law and order remained the top concerns of the state.
As part of its government's highlights, Akhilesh-led UP government has also worked to improve poverty alleviation, providing financial aid to girls and farmers, employment opportunities for youth masses and attracting huge investments for the state.
On Nov 7, 2015, UP achieved a feat of planting 10 lakh saplings on the same day, as part of the 'Clean UP, Green UP initiative', for which it made a place in Guinness Book of World Records. ['Over 10 lakh saplings planted, distributed in UP']
Now, next assembly elections are just a year away in Uttar Pradesh, By 2017, Akhilesh must complete his pending tasks or projects and he must set an example by bringing stringent laws to punish those who commit crime against women and those who indulge in communal clashes in the name of religion.