New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister designate Yogi Adityanath on Saturday issued his first order and said that ruckus should not be created in the name of celebrations. As per the reports of leading daily Times Of India, while talking to senior administrative officers, including DGP Javeed Ahmed chief secretary Rahul Bhatnagar, principal secretary (home) Debashish Panda, Yogi Adityanath said,”Utsav ke naam par upadrav nahin hona chahiye (Public order should not be disturbed in the name of celebrations). Also Read - Save Bihar From 'Jungle Raj': PM Modi Slams Lalu's RJD at Darbhanga Rally

Times Of India report claim that the CM-designate called on a meeting at 9:15 PM on Saturday and instructed officials to ensure law and order are maintained and the celebrations by excited party workers do not hamper the peace of normal life in the state. Citing a recent example that took place in Bareilly, he asked officials that such event should not be repeated. Also Read - Don't Forget Masks, Do Gaj Ki Doori: PM Modi Urges Bihar Voters to Ensure Safety

Ending the suspense exactly a week after BJP won a three- fourths majority in the key Hindi heartland state and stormed back to power after 15 years, the 44-year-old five-term MP from Gorakhpur was unanimously elected the BJP legislature party leader at a meeting of the newly elected MLAs.Named as the 21st chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Adityanath, a priest-turned-politician, is known for his provocative speeches and mass following across the state and never shies away from making controversial remarks, be it about Islam or Pakistan. Also Read - Bihar Assembly Election 2020: PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi Gear up For Another Face-off in Darbhanga

The swearing-in ceremony will take place on Sunday.

(With inputs from Agencies)