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Liquor shops to be closed near religious places, schools and highways in UP, CM Yogi Adityanath ordered

Lucknow: Locks will soon be seen on liquor shops running near schools, religious places and highways in UP. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given instructions to close such shops.

He said that strict action should be taken against the activities of making and selling illegal liquor. Along with this, such activity should not take place in any district. Especially liquor shops should not operate near religious places, schools, highways etc. under any circumstances. Earlier, CM Yogi Adityanath has given instructions to completely ban meat and liquor shops on the route of Kanwar Yatra.

CM Yogi Adityanath also gave instructions giving information about the revenue to know the status of economic development of the state. He said that due to the continuous efforts of the government, the revenue collection of the state is continuously increasing. So far in the first quarter of this financial year, more than 46 thousand crore revenue has been received.

In this, 26 thousand crores have been received from GST and VAT, 10 thousand crores in excise, 6 thousand crores from stamp and registration and more than 2400 crores have been received from transport. He said that this is the money received from the public, which will be spent on the development and public welfare of the state.

CM Yogi Atyanath said that there are immense possibilities in the state. Explore new sources to increase revenue collection. He gave a target of 1.50 lakh crore GST and VAT collection for the current financial year. Describing revenue evasion as a national loss, the Chief Minister said that monitoring should be increased to prevent GST evasion.

He said that before raiding, collect solid information and make intelligence better. Along with this, the activity of special disciplinary units and mobile team units should be further increased. Expressing satisfaction over the success of curbing tax evasion, he said that there is still a need for a comprehensive improvement in the working style. The Chief Minister gave instructions to deploy qualified, skilled and efficient officers in the field.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that to increase the revenue collection, field officers should be given a clear target from the government level. It should also be reviewed weekly and monthly. CM himself will review every three months. The Chief Minister also gave instructions to stop overloading in vehicles engaged in mining. He said that these are the major reasons for the accidents. Strict steps should be taken in this direction.

Rishabh

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