Yogi Adityanath prays in various temples in Varanasi

NewsYogi Adityanath prays in various temples in Varanasi

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While in Varanasi to assess arrangements for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s possible visit, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath also visited the Gyanvapi complex, known as “Vyas Tehkhana,” and offered prayers to the enormous Nandi idol.

The Chief Minister bowed respectfully to the basement gods and goddesses and prayed for the well-being of the people. He then sat in front of the basement and bowed to Nandi. In the meantime, he convened an evening meeting at the Circuit House to discuss a number of schemes. The Chief Minister gave instructions to finish the outstanding construction projects on schedule during the inspection of development works. If deadlines and high standards were not met, he threatened to take legal action.

Following the evaluation session at the Circuit House, the chief minister proceeded to the Kashi temple dedicated to Kotwal Baba Kalbhairav. After completing Baba Kalbharai’s Aarti, he departed for Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham. In the sanctum sanctorum, the Chief Minister conducted Baba Vishwanath’s Shodashopachara puja and expressed his wishes for the welfare of the state’s citizens. The Chief Minister received garlands representing Angavastram, Prasad, and Rudraksha from the temple administration.

While in the temple complex, the Chief Minister inquired about the temple’s setup and was informed that there should be no difficulties for devotees seeking blessings and engaging in worship.

He advised writing a letter to the government criticizing the PWD building section’s executive engineer. VDA was instructed to turn over all designs to the executing agency on schedule and finish the remaining work by the first week of March, expressing dissatisfaction over the protracted nature of the work being done under the Pro-Poor Scheme in Sarnath.

He also voiced his displeasure with PWD’s road widening and repair delays, stating that all six of the currently under-construction roads should be finished by the first week of March, no matter what.

The Chief Minister also met with BJP lawmakers and representatives at the Circuit House and toured the Rs 475 crore Amul plant, which is situated on a 30-acre plot of land. He examined development initiatives as well.

The Chief Minister emphasized the importance of keeping the city clean and gave officials instructions to finish all preparations in time for Modi’s visit.

Religious ceremonies were held on the Gyanvapi premises at midnight on February 1st, in accordance with the Varanasi district court order permitting priests and devotees to offer prayers before the idols in a cellar of the Gyanvapi complex.

Afterwards, the devotees were allowed access to the south cellar of the Gyanvapi complex to keep the city clean and gave officials instructions to finish all preparations in time for Modi’s visit.

Religious ceremonies were held on the Gyanvapi premises at midnight on February 1st, in accordance with the Varanasi district court order permitting priests and devotees to offer prayers before the idols in a cellar of the Gyanvapi complex. Afterwards, the devotees were allowed access to the south cellar of the Gyanvapi complex.

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