Yogi said his government was working for all sections of society without discrimination.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed concern over the declining sex ratio in the state and launched the "Mukhbir Yojana" or Informer Scheme aimed at checking the cases of female foeticide at an event in Lucknow yesterday.
Pledging to achieve Open defecation free status, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister said that every household in the state would have toilets by 2018.
The 44-year-old Chief Minister had taken oath with two deputies and 44 other ministers on March 19 after the BJP won a huge mandate in the state assembly elections.
He made a 15-minute speech highlighting the young government's achievements, said he was "satisfied" with the work done so far, and then agreed to hear out one journalist from a local Hindi newspaper.
The booklet was released in a grand function and press conference in Lok Bhawan, Lucknow.
Asserting that no development can take place without improving the lives of farmers, Adityanath spoke of the various decisions taken by his government to alleviate loan burden on farmers.More news: China accuses Indian border guards of crossing into its territory
He also assured to people that his government has started initiatives to take UP forward on path of development.
Yogi Adityanath government has waived Rs 36,359-crore loan for UP farmers. He said each year January 24 will be celebrated as "Uttar Pradesh Diwas".
HIs government has just completed a 100 days in office.
Yogi said that his government hopes to fulfil the dreams of late Deendayal Upadhyaya, adding that it is buying five times from wheat from the farmers to protect them.
On loan waiver issue, the CM said: the loan waiver has not affected development works in the state.
Adityanath refuse to answer questions on farmer loan waivers, deteriorating law and order and an alarming rise in brutalities committed by right-wing terrorists masquerading as cow vigilantes.