Lucknow, March 19: Yogi Adityanath on Sunday took charge of Uttar Pradesh as its 21st Chief Minister, heading a 47-member ministry that included known Hindutva faces and political turncoats.
After taking charge he told media that corruption and law and order has hurt the interests of Uttar Pradesh the most and that his government will work for the benefit of the people.
He also promised that this government will work for all sections of the society without any partiality and for this his administration will be made accountable and answerable.
He assured the people that his government will fulfil all the promises that they have made to the people of the state. BJP leader Shrikant Sharma also informed media that CM has requested his cabinet ministers to refrain from making unnecessary statements which can hurt someone's sentiments.
CM has also sought details from ministers about their income, movable and immovable property within 15 days and they have to submit the information to CM's secretary and to the party.
Along with Adityanath two deputy chief ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma as well as 44 ministers were sworn in on Sunday in Lucknow.