Yogi Adityanath prayed at Gyanvapi Mandir

On Wednesday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the Gyanvapi Mandir premises.
Yogi Adityanath prayed at Gyanvapi Mandir

On Tuesday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the Gyanvapi Mandir premises. He prayed at Vyas ka Tehkhana. He also visited the Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi. 

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath arrived in Varanasi for the first time on Wednesday after the court allowed the puja in the basement of Gnanavaya Mandir. This morning he went to Kashi Vishwanath temple. After offering puja in the temple, he visited the idol while passing through the basement.

According to the verdict of the Supreme Court, the temple was built in Ayodhya. But injustice has been done to Ayodhya. This is what the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh thinks. He claimed that after the Ram temple in Ayodhya, justice would be done in Kashi-Mathura as well.

Yogi Adityanath said, ''We took the decision, Mandir Wahi Banayenge. We made that determination a reality. I wanted Kashi and Mathura, along with Ayodhya. I still want that. These are not small places. Attempts are being made to keep Lord Krishna prisoner in Mathura. Nandi Baba has become prominent in Kashi as well. As Duryodhana did not want to give even five villages to the Pandavas, they wanted five villages. Like this, we are only asking for two places. Our next target is Kashi and Mathura''.

ON Tuesday, Yogi Adityanath inquired about the preparations for the February 19 ground-breaking ceremony. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to introduce many projects on February 19th, with investment proposals exceeding Rs. 10 lakh crore. The ground-breaking event will be held from February 19 to February 21.

A spokesperson of the Uttar Pradesh government said the Chief Minister reviewed the division-wise and district-wise investment proposals and issued guidelines to organize the event successfully. The Chief Minister also held a meeting with Additional Chief Secretaries, Principal Secretaries, and Development Authority officials of various departments on Tuesday to review the preparations for the February 19 event. 

In his official X-Handle, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister said that "the new Uttar Pradesh, becoming a Udyam Pradesh, is continuously accelerating the development of the country as an engine of growth for the country.'' He said that Uttar Pradesh had implemented an investment proposal of Rs 60,000 crore in the first ground-breaking ceremony, and after six years, the investment proposal worth more than 10 lakh crore rupees is fully prepared. He also commented that this speed is the identity of the new Uttar Pradesh.

A government spokesperson said 262 projects worth over Rs 500 crore have been included in the ground-breaking ceremony. 75 districts in the state will benefit as a result. More than 3,500 investors will attend the event. Several Union ministers, ambassadors, and public representatives will also be present on the occasion.