Yogi Adityanath In Varanasi, Offers Prayers At Different Temples

Yogi Adityanath In Varanasi, Offers Prayers At Different Temples

Varanasi, February 14 (TNA) Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, who is in Varanasi, to review preparations for the proposed visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, also had a look at the Gyanvapi complex ‘Vyas Tehkhana’ and also worshipped the huge idol of Nandi.

Bowing with reverence before the gods and goddesses of the basement, the Chief Minister prayed for public welfare. After this, he bowed to Nandi sitting in front of the basement. Meanwhile, he also held a meeting regarding various schemes at the Circuit House in the evening. During the review of development works, the Chief Minister directed to complete the pending construction works on time and warned of action if deadlines and quality standards were not met.

After the review meeting at the Circuit House, the Chief Minister reached the temple of Kotwal Baba Kalbhairav of Kashi. He performed the Aarti of Baba Kalbharai and then left for Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham. The Chief Minister performed the Shodashopachar puja of Baba Vishwanath in the sanctum sanctorum and wished for the welfare of the people of the state. Angavastram, Prasad and Rudraksha garlands were presented to the Chief Minister by the temple administration.

During his stay in the temple complex, the Chief Minister took information about the arrangements of the temple and said that the devotees should not face any kind of problem in darshan and worship. During the meeting at the Circuit House in the evening, the Chief Minister expressed his displeasure over the work not starting despite the release of money for upgrading of Shiv Prasad Gupta Divisional Hospital.

He said that a letter should be sent to the government against the executive engineer of the building section of PWD. Expressing displeasure over the delay in the work being done under the Pro-Poor Scheme in Sarnath, VDA was directed to hand over all the designs to the executing agency on time and complete the remaining work by the first week of March.

He also expressed displeasure over the delay in the widening and repair work of roads by PWD and said that the work on all six roads under construction should be completed by the first week of March at all costs.

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