CM Yogi inaugurates projects worth Rs 822 cr in Mathura

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Mathura, 13 December: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath started his Mathura tour on Tuesday after visiting the revered Banke Bihari temple.

While addressing the intellectuals at Seth BN Poddar Inter College, CM Yogi said, ?Our government is blessed by Banke Bihari. Businessmen and women are feeling safe in the BJP government. If any criminal dares today, he will face the consequences.”

Chief Minister gifted 210 development projects worth ?822 crore to Dharmanagari. Earlier, CM Yogi reached Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi where he prayed to Lord Krishna in the sanctum sanctorum and also did aarti of Shriradhakrishna Yugal Sarka at Bhagwat Bhavan.

CM handed over keys and cheques to the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. The CM started his address with Radhe-Radhe and Banke Bihari ki Jai. He said, “We are fortunate to have got the opportunity to come to Brajbhoomi. Today, Uttar Pradesh is moving forward as a new model of development. The whole world is getting attracted towards Uttar Pradesh. People here have blessed the assembly elections. All the people’s representatives of the BJP have won. I express my gratitude for this. This time also hoist saffron by giving such blessings in the municipal elections.”

The Chief Minister said that nine lakh street vendors have been organised so far. Assuring the people, the CM said that Yamuna will be clean and the drains have been taped under the Namami Gange scheme. Yogi said, “The picture of Brajbhoomi has changed in the last five years.?

CM Yogi reached Mathura from Hindon Airport in Ghaziabad. Over 1,000 jawans were deployed for the security of the Chief Minister. Due to the arrival of Yogi Adityanath in Mathura, the city was draped in saffron colour.