State government working for permanent and long-lasting development of Uttar Pradesh
Government making all efforts to compensate for the damage to farmers
Chief Minister lays foundation stone of power sub-station on Naimisharanya and benefits 1,871 candidates through various welfare schemes
Also inaugurates the Shri Anjanyeya temple and Gaushala of the Shri Aadichunchungiri Maha Sansthan Math
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav today said that religion, culture and traditions always bonded a society and added that religion and spirituality have always worked for welfare of humanity and that a better understanding of religion adds to unity and culture’s bonding.
The Chief Minister was today speaking at a public meeting after inaugurating the Shri Anjanyeya temple and Gaushala of the Shri Aadichunchungiri Maha Sansthan Math. He said the Maha Sansthan runs more than 400 educational institutions and other religious and social organizations. Naimisharanya has been the place where 88,000 sages have done tapasya and those who have shown light to the society.
Every year lakhs of devouts, followers from all over the globe come here to take bath in Chakrateertha and to offer obeisance. He also expressed hope that through the works of the Math in Naimisharanya, social and religious unity and brotherhood would increase. On this occasion, the Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone for construction of a 33/11 KV power sub-station to be built at a cost of Rs. 11.50 crore. He also benefited 1,871 candidates under various welfare schemes undertaken by the government. Of the beneficiaries, 500 were under the Samajwadi Pension Scheme, free laptops to 329 meritorious students, tri-cycles to 500 specially abled, cycles to 400 labourers and cheques of farmers accidental insurances scheme to families of 86 dead farmers.
Mr. Yadav said that the state government was working to provide long standing and permanent development in Uttar Pradesh because development of India is not possible without UP’s. Keeping in mind the sheer size of the state and the fact that it is the biggest consumer market, Make in India, he pointed out should also keep ‘Make in UP’ in mind.
The Chief Minister pointed out that unseasonal rains and hailstorm in the state has adversely affected the farmers in the state and the state government was doing everything to compensate for the damage to the crops. Before this, the Chief Minister performed ‘puja’ at the temple constructed by the Aadichunchungiri Maha Sansthan Math.
After this he also prayed at the Chakrateertha at Naimisharanya. He was accompanied by Political Pensions Minister Mr. Rajendra Chowdhary, Minister of State for Transport Mr. Manpal Singh, Minister of State for Prisons Mr. Rampal Rajvanshi and other public representatives, Chief of the Math Mr. Nirmalanand Swami and other office bearers, officials of the state government and the district administration and a large number of dignitaries.