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Posted on Mar 15, 07:14PM | UNI
Lucknow, Mar 15 : Admitting a lot of challenges are ahead specially in the field of law and order, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today expressed satisfaction over last year's performance of his government's tenure.
Addressing a press conference on completion of one year of his government, he said his government had manged to establish democratic norms in the state providing 'space for breath' to the people, missing in the last government.
The agenda for 'permanent development' in the state had been cleared by his government and a well defined industrial policy was in the place, Mr Yadav said while stating a lot was to be done.
"The Samajwadi Party government has shown that the election promises in a short period of one year can be fulfilled but the law and order issues remain a top concern for the party and the government," he said.
Also conceding that some of the officials were not performing to the aspirations of the government, the state Chief Minister indicated action against erring officials while fixing the responsibility. "I have coined the term 'Invisible After Sunset' for IAS bureaucracy," he commented while expecting more responsible approach from them.
The CM, during last one year of his rule, has expressed displeasure over the functioning of bureaucracy on several occasions.