01-15-2015, 07:36 PM
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav assured full cooperation to the Centre in its efforts to keep clean rivers of the state and also announced the opening of a Ganga University, as well as the office for Ganga Flood Control Centre .
Mr. Yadav made the remarks during his meeting with the Union Minister for Water Resources & Save Ganga, Uma Bharati, the Chief Minister said that his residence here on Saturday morning.
"We are committed to keep clean Ganga and other rivers and would-ful co-operation efforts of the Centre in this regard," said Akhilesh Yadav during his interaction with Uma Bharati here today.
Asked to keep clean the Ganga. "It's very important to keep all other connecting rivers Ganga, clean, otherwise you might not get the desired results," he said. Mr. Yadav also appealed to Uma Bharati river Kali also get clean.
Mr. Yadav also assured Ms Bharati, their governments full support to the movement of Ganga University Center building in the state. Bharati asked to get an office Ganga Flood Control Centre opened here.
In addition, Mr. Yadav also had the opportunity to tour the Central Minister to release the funds to complete the irrigation projects. The two leaders also reached an agreement that water drains from Kanpur, Mathura and Vrindavan want to be diverted or opened in rivers after treatment. On the occasion, Ms Bharati directed Mr. Yadav sent a proposal River Front Development Project was opened in Garhmukteshwar, Kanauj, Kanpur, Allahabad and Varanasi.
Meanwhile, Akhilesh Yadav also directed to ensure an adequate supply of urea in the state.
It also asked the officials strongly pursue the matter to provide adequate urea government of the Union shortages could occur.
During his meeting with officials at his residence here today, Mr Yadav warned of stern action if felt fences or black marketing of urea from anywhere in the state. The official also appreciated the CM on the growing demand for urea in the state and found that demand against 38 lakh metric tonne, Centre had so far only provided 35 lakh metric tonnes of urea in the state. In addition, some urea production units are also closed that is creating the problem to meet the demand for urea in the state.