Yogi Adityanath visited annexed building and found red-coloured stains of pan and tobacco on the stairs and other parts of the building. He got furious and advised the officials to maintain cleanliness not only in the office but the entire state. He also advised the office staff to avoid plastic as it is not easily recycled and cause pollution on land and water. Moreover, cattle can consume plastic that can lead to suffocation and eventually death of the animal. Thus, the plastic ban in UP offices is a commendable step after pan ban.
Swatch Bharat Mission and Pan, Tobacco, Gutkha, and Plastic Ban
Yogi Adityanath was the head priest of Gorakhnath temple of Gorakhpur and is well known for maintaining cleanliness. Modi Sarkar initiated Swatch Bharat Abhiyaan in the whole country, and Tobacco ban and Gutkha ban in UP offices is the link to this mission that will carry this project forward.
Instructions for the officials
The office staff was strictly instructed to not to use tobacco and pan in the office and wear formal dress code so to create a healthy working atmosphere at the workplace. Officials, who will not follow these rules will be severely punished.
Conclusively, it can be said that Yogi Adityanath Sarkar has taken a significant step by announcing Gutkha ban in UP offices. It will undoubtedly lead to fewer health problems and cleanliness in the state. This is really a great scheme of Yogi Sarkar in UP that will certainly create a healthy work environment in the state. It will also save the cost of building maintenance as the UP government may not need to invest money every year painting the complete building that had become dirty due to Pan, Gutkha, and Tobacco.