The government approves six proposals at the Cabinet meeting. – Up Cabinet Meeting: the big decision of the Yogi cabinet, now the government will not give subsidies to any new madrasa

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A total of six agreements were approved at the cabinet meeting on Tuesday. At the meeting, gratitude was expressed to Prime Minister Modi and the vote of thanks was approved.

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The Uttar Pradesh government will no longer give subsidies to any new madrasa. The Yogi cabinet on Tuesday accepted the proposal to abolish the policy on the list of subsidies to madrassas.

The Minister of Welfare of Minorities and Waqf, Dharampal Singh, reported that a proposal to abolish the policy on the list of subsidies to the permanently recognized madrassas of Alia (10th) level until 2003 was placed in the cabinet. Following the approval of this proposal, no new madrasa will now be added to the list of grants.

In fact, in the government of Akhilesh Yadav, out of the 146 included in this list, 100 madrassas were included and their subsidies were also started. The case of the remaining 46 madrassas continued. According to the minister, these madrassas did not meet the standard. This policy has now been removed from the cabinet, so no new madrasa will be included in the list of grants.

At the cabinet meeting, the breaking of the protocol of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the ministers of the UP government to give the mantra of good governance was appreciated. The cabinet approved the motion of thanks to Prime Minister Modi.

Several important decisions were taken at the meeting of the Council of Ministers:
The changed exam preparation process results in Kovid being approved by the cabinet
The Cabinet has approved the process of preparing the results of the modified formula after the cancellation of the 10th and 12th examinations of the UP Board during the Kovid period. The mandate of this process was issued in 2021 after the approval of principles by the Chief Minister.

The mandate has been issued in relation to the elaboration of the results of the students enrolled in the 10th and 12th examinations of the Secondary Education Council for the year 2021 and to the procedure and foundations for the calculation of the marks of the results of the oppositions. At that time there was no time for cabinet approval. Therefore, ex post facto approval of the mandate has been taken.

The cabinet has approved the proposal to facilitate the payment process for the Bundelkhand Expressway and Gorakhpur Link Expressway project. Therefore, the provisions of Annex H have been softened until 31 October in view of Kovid.
This step has been taken to resolve the cash flow problem facing contractors as a result of the COVID pandemic. The relaxation of the Schedule-H (Contract Prize Weightage) of the contract between UPEIDA and the builders of Gorakhpur Link Expressway has been extended until October 31st. This will allow payment even if the amount of work is less.

The proposal will not impose any additional burden on central and state governments. Projects will be completed on time. On the other hand, at the 9th team meeting as well, CM Yogi Adityanath was told that the construction process of the Bundelkhand highway is in the final stage. It should be ready by the end of June. Instructions were also given to speed up the construction of the Ballia Link Highway.

Open the way for the construction of a new eight-story building at the Civil Hospital
With the OPD and the ward at the Civil Hospital Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, the parking problem will be solved. Approval has been given at the state cabinet meeting to demolish the former OPD halls. The civilian hospital administration had requested permission to demolish the building from room 13 of the Old OPD to Allahabad Bank. There is a project to build an eight-story building in its place. OPD will operate on the first seven floors of the eight-story building. While the administrative building will be on the eighth floor. The feature of this building will also be the two-storey car park. This Civil Hospital building was built in 1955.

The site has also been received from the information department
The civilian hospital is to build a three-story building on the land received from the information department. In this regard, the hospital administration, in a letter sent to the government, has requested the construction of a total of five-storey buildings, which include a two-storey car park as well as a three-storey building. There are currently 400 beds in Civil. After the expansion, an additional 400 beds will be added. Balrampur Chikitsalaya is the first largest district hospital in the state with a capacity of 760 beds. There are plans to start urology, neurology, nephrology, gastroenterology and cathlab facilities in civilian. Along with this, the capacity of the ICU for hemodialysis and very severe patients is also expected to be about 50 beds. Their proposals have already been sent to the government.

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The Uttar Pradesh government will no longer give subsidies to any new madrasa. The Yogi cabinet on Tuesday accepted the proposal to abolish the policy on the list of subsidies to madrassas.

The Minister of Welfare of Minorities and Waqf, Dharampal Singh, reported that a proposal to abolish the policy on the list of subsidies to the permanently recognized madrassas of Alia (10th) level until 2003 was placed in the cabinet. Following the approval of this proposal, no new madrasa will now be added to the list of grants.

In fact, in the government of Akhilesh Yadav, out of the 146 included in this list, 100 madrassas were included and their subsidies were also started. The case of the remaining 46 madrassas continued. According to the minister, these madrassas did not meet the standard. This policy has now been removed from the cabinet, so no new madrasa will be included in the list of grants.

At the cabinet meeting, the breaking of the protocol of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the ministers of the UP government to give the mantra of good governance was appreciated. The cabinet approved the motion of thanks to Prime Minister Modi.

Several important decisions were taken at the meeting of the Council of Ministers:

The changed exam preparation process results in Kovid being approved by the cabinet

The Cabinet has approved the process of preparing the results of the modified formula after the cancellation of the 10th and 12th examinations of the UP Board during the Kovid period. The mandate of this process was issued in 2021 after the approval of principles by the Chief Minister.

The mandate has been issued in relation to the elaboration of the results of the students enrolled in the 10th and 12th examinations of the Secondary Education Council for the year 2021 and to the procedure and foundations for the calculation of the marks of the results of the oppositions. At that time there was no time for cabinet approval. Therefore, ex post facto approval of the mandate has been taken.

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