UP govt created path for permanent dev of state: Akhilesh

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, who today completed one year in office, claimed that his government has created 'path for permanent development' of the state and people's faith in democracy has increased. 
"We can claim that in the last one year we have created path for the permanent development of the state. The government has worked in every sector and taken the state forward," Akhilesh said here on the occasion of Samajwadi Party government's first anniversary. 
"In the last one year I feel that people's faith in democracy has increased. They are realising that when a government is elected in democracy and the promises it makes it can fulfil them," he said. 
He said that SP has made people realise that it was their government and added that in its first year the government has done important works for change in industrial, agricultural, health, education, law and order and women empowerment sectors. 
Villages, poor and farmers were the government's priority and 74 per cent on the budget presented recently was dedicated to them, he said. 
The CM claimed that the government was successful in implementing several important promises made in the manifesto without any discrimination. 
Speaking on law and order situation in the state he said that the concrete measures would be taken and compromise on this front will not be done. 
"The government admit that whatever its achievements are if one incident takes place, achievements take a backseat. I assure you that we will improve law and order situation. If law and order situation deteriorates it will also affect the image of the government, therefore we will not compromise on this front," he said.