Yogi distributes rural residential rights docs to 11-lakh families

LUCKNOW: Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, handed online copies of the rural residential rights documents to 11 lakh families on Saturday as part of the Swamitva programme.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath presented the documents at a gathering held in the Lok Bhawan's auditorium in Lucknow, emphasising the importance of creating an independent state.

The chief minister tweeted, "Hearty congrats and best wishes to all the villagers who acquired their legal rights on their property!" Tribal people like the Vantangia, Tharu, and Musahar, he said, "had no voice and no land."

In order to provide them with land on a massive scale, the BJP's double-engine government has undertaken a campaign. "We have to establish a self-reliant India, and also a self-reliant state and self-reliant districts... The chief minister emphasised that the initiative to create self-sufficient villages must also proceed.

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