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Akhilesh Yadav (Youngest CM of India)

Updated on December 10, 2014
Akhilesh Yadav
Akhilesh Yadav

Who is Akhilesh Yadav

Akhilesh Yadav is the Youngest Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh(India). He is the son of Mulayam Singh Yadav is governing in Uttar Pradesh since 2012. He came into politics for the first time in 2000.

History of Akhilesh Yadav:-

Akhilesh Yadav was born in Saifai village, Etawah district (Uttar Pradesh in India). He studied at Dholpur Military school in Dholpur Rajasthan and from there he completed his graduation in Environmental Engineering. And after that he wet to Australia for a Master degree in the same subject. Akhilesh yadav gives credit to Janeshwar Mishra who initiated him to join Indian politics.

Akhilesh yadav with his security guards
Akhilesh yadav with his security guards

Akhilesh Yadav's Journey into politics

He started his journey in politics in 2000 only but in 2012 he became the first youngest CM of India. Today one year and 9 months have been passed away for Akhilesh yadav as a CM of Uttar Pradesh. But in these days he had done a lot for the public of Uttar Pradesh. He launched many schemes and plans for the public of Uttar Pradesh. Not only this whatever promises he had made before becoming a CM, he had completed almost all his promises.

Akhilesh Yadav distributing HP Laptops to the 12th passed students
Akhilesh Yadav distributing HP Laptops to the 12th passed students

Various Schemes launched by Akhilesh Yadav

Akhilesh yadav had launched schemes and plans for the public of Uttar Pradesh.

1. He launched a scheme of pension for poor families to benefit almost 4 million poor household.

2. Laptop distribution schemes for the children's passed in Intermediate.

3. Unemployment allowance scheme for unemployed peoples.

4. Janani suraksha yojana which provides financial assistance to mothers for institutional deliveries.

5. Samajbadi Swasthya Seva scheme is also launched by UP government.

Not only this many more schemes and plans had been launched by UP government.

Durga Shakti Nagpal
Durga Shakti Nagpal
Victims of Muzaffarnagar riots
Victims of Muzaffarnagar riots
People leaving there home town due to riots in Muzaffarnagar
People leaving there home town due to riots in Muzaffarnagar
Riots that were held in muzaffarnagar
Riots that were held in muzaffarnagar

Problems arising in Akhilesh Yadav's government

Now from few days his government is facing outrage and criticism of the public from other political parties during the Durga Shakti Nagpal (female) case. Durga Shakti Nagpal is an IAS officer. She was dismissed from his post by the Akhilesh's government because she ordered the demolition of an illegal Mosque wall in Greater Noida (India). And her suspension was revoked after more than two months.

And after this case another problem arose of Muzaffarnagar riots on 27th of August 2013, where 43 people died and 93 injured, due to communal clashes between Hindu and Muslim communities. This was another serious setback to his government where a curfew had to be called.

After having all these cases in a very short duration of his working time Akhilesh Yadav is still doing what? He is still saying that BJP (bhartiya Janta Party) and RSS ( Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangh) were trying to do riots in the state.

My Opinion

I think that the way he entered into politics was right. The schemes and plans he had launched was also right but the way he is governing is wrong. I think he had to change the way of doing his duty as other state's government does. I also don't know that who was responsible for all these riots that were held in Muzaffarnagar. But if these types of riots and criticism will be continued in the state then his government will not be there for long time.

© 2014 Praveen Pal

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