Uttar Pradesh's CM said that not just law and order but even normal governance had collapsed during the 17-year-long rule of SP and BSP.
From being a Mahant and five-term MP, Yogi Adityanath has come a long way to becoming the Chief Minister of India's most populous state — Uttar Pradesh. Just ahead of the Big Day on September 18, which marks the six-month period of his government, he meets Network18 for an exhaustive interview.
The Chief Minister, who is known for his serious demeanor, eases up an hour into the interview and talks about how 'aggressive policing' will pursue to shoo away criminals from the state. "If criminals fire bullets, they will get bullets. Our police will no longer sit quiet".Read More: Hold Lok Sabha and Assembly Polls At Same Time, Says UP CM Yogi Adityanath