Lucknow: Speaking on the occasion of the start of Vikas Dipotsav, Yogi said that the governments were afraid to go to Ayodhya and the ministers did not take Ramakrishna’s name.

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated to Thursday, 28 October 2021 10:26 PM IST

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Two hundred municipalities and 17 municipal corporations across the state are celebrating Vikas Dipotsava across the state, Urban Development Minister Ashutosh Tandon said. Street vendors were allotted space during the week-long bonfire.

CM Yogi inaugurated Vikas Dipotsav
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Previous governments were afraid to go to Ayodhya. Lord Rama did not take the names of Krishna. But, that is not the case now. Dipotsavam is going on in Ayodhya. The carnival is in full swing in Vrindavan. Devadipavali in Varanasi and Maha Kumbh festivals are taking place in Prayagraj. In the past, sisters and sons were afraid to go into slavery. Now the gangsters have no courage. Conditions have changed completely. This is about Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. He was speaking as the chief guest at the inauguration of the Vikas Dipotsav under the auspices of the Municipal Corporation and the district administration at Zoolal Vatika on Thursday. The program will run until November 3.

Earlier, Adi Ganga performed Horati for our Gomati and saw the narration of Ramayana in a laser show. Street vendors were honored on this occasion. Wagons were given to 50 street vendors and pigs to a thousand people. Corona warriors were also adorned. In four and a half years, 45 lakh people have been given houses in the state. 2.61 crore people got toilets. Free electricity connection to 1.41 crore cows Ujwala has benefited 1.56 crore people through gas connections and 6 crore through AYUSHMAN YOJANA.

The Chief Minister said that tens of thousands were handed over at zero interest to eight lakh street vendors. He also visited the Vikas Dipotsav Mela. Self-sufficient India needs a voice for the natives. Meanwhile, Cabinet Minister Dharmendra Pradhan also targeted the opposition. He said the country would prosper only if Uttar Pradesh developed. Deputy Chief Minister Dr Dinesh Sharma said the idea of ​​the Opposition was narrow and had been changed by the Yogi government. Earlier there was a curfew on festivals. Lathicharge took place during the procession. There were riots. But now the new climate prevails. The ministers were away to go to the temple, but the whole cabinet was immersed in Aquarius. He said there would have been rubbish heaps instead of Zulelal Park. I was the mayor at the time. Now its color has changed. Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya explained the central and state government schemes.

Improved hygiene ranking
Two hundred municipalities and 17 municipal corporations across the state are celebrating Vikas Dipotsav across the state, Urban Development Minister Ashutosh Tandon said. Street vendors were accommodated during the week-long bonfire. He said the hygiene ranking would improve. Earlier, Lucknow was ranked 266th in the purity rankings. At the same time, its ranking reached 12. Which will be even better soon. Minister Brajesh Pathak, MP Kaushal Kishore, Mayor Sanyukta Bhatia, Municipal Commissioner, Commissioner of Police and others were present on the occasion.

Ministers sat on the podium if the chair could not be found
The administration set up a platform to view the laser show, in which chairs were set up for the chief minister and other ministers. However, when Minister Brajesh Pathak came on stage, the chairs were full. He sat on the stage with no empty chair to sit on. After that the people on stage gave him a chair smiling and laughing.

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Previous governments were afraid to go to Ayodhya. Lord Rama did not take the names of Krishna. But, that is not the case now. Dipotsavam is going on in Ayodhya. The carnival is in full swing in Vrindavan. Devadipavali in Varanasi and Kumbh festivals are in full swing in Prayagraj. In the past, sisters and sons were afraid to go into slavery. Now the gangsters have no courage. Conditions have changed completely. This is about Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. He was speaking as the chief guest at the inauguration of the Vikas Dipotsav under the auspices of the Municipal Corporation and the district administration at Zoolal Vatika on Thursday. The program will run until November 3.

Earlier, Adi Ganga performed Horati for our Gomati and saw the narration of Ramayana in a laser show. Street vendors were honored on this occasion. Wagons were given to 50 street vendors and pigs to a thousand people. Corona warriors were also adorned. In four and a half years, 45 lakh people have been given houses in the state. 2.61 crore people got toilets. Free electricity connection for 1.41 crore cows Ujwala has benefited 1.56 crore people through gas connection and 6 crore through Ayushman Yojana.

The Chief Minister said that tens of thousands were handed over at zero interest to eight lakh street vendors. He also visited the Vikas Dipotsav Mela. Self-sufficient India needs a voice for the natives. Meanwhile, Cabinet Minister Dharmendra Pradhan also targeted the opposition. He said the country would progress only if Uttar Pradesh progressed. Deputy Chief Minister Dr Dinesh Sharma said the idea of ​​the Opposition was narrow and had been changed by the Yogi government. Earlier there was a curfew on festivals. Lathicharge took place during the procession. There were riots. But now the new climate prevails. The ministers were away to go to the temple, but the whole cabinet was baptized together. He said there would have been rubbish heaps instead of Zulelal Park. I was the mayor at the time. Now its color has changed. Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya explained the central and state government schemes.

Improved hygiene ranking

Two hundred municipalities and 17 municipal corporations across the state are celebrating Vikas Dipotsav across the state, Urban Development Minister Ashutosh Tandon said. Street vendors were allotted space during the week-long bonfire. He said the hygiene ranking would improve. Lucknow was previously ranked 266th in the Purity Rankings. At the same time, its ranking reached 12. Which will be even better soon. Minister Brajesh Pathak, MP Kaushal Kishore, Mayor Sanyukta Bhatia, Municipal Commissioner, Commissioner of Police and others were present on the occasion.

Ministers sat on the podium if the chair could not be found

The administration set up a platform to view the laser show, in which chairs were set up for the chief minister and other ministers. However, when Minister Brajesh Pathak came on stage, the chairs were full. He sat on the stage with no empty chair to sit on. After that the people on stage gave him a chair laughing and giggling.

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