Ghaziabad: Expressing displeasure over the conduct of his partymen, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday warned action against those "misusing" the party symbols for personal gains.

"SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav is also not happy with the prevalent working culture of party workers and has asked them to improve," Yadav said on the sidelines of a function in Modinagar area of the district.

The chief minister said he has received complaints through various channels that people without any party position were using the SP banner and fitting beacons on their cars to reap personal benefits.

These men are bringing disrepute to the party by showing government fear, he said. To curb this menace Akhilesh has directed all the district presidents of Samajwadi Party to form a proper list of party workers and functionaries and provide it to the state administration for further action.

He promised an appropriate action after the list is prepared. UP CM said his government has started implementing the ambitious plan to provide laptop and tablet to every youth of the state.

He said distribution of these devices will begin by the end of this month. He reminded that the scheme of distributing laptop was started in Karnataka, but no other state has undertaken the plan at such a large scale.

"The SP government is determined to full fill its all election promises," he said. He said Samajwadi Party has stepped up their preparations for the next Lok Sabha polls and committee has been formed in this regard. His government has already provided the scholarship for girl child and unemployment allowance, as promised in the party manifesto.

Without naming BSP, Akhilesh said jealous of the achievements of the SP government, the opposition is spreading rumours about the government every day.

(Agencies)

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