CM Yogi said, opposition parties are plotting by teasing Modi government’s success.
750 crore rupees development projects inaugurated and laid foundation stone.
Ghaziabad, 12 December: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday inaugurated the ‘Kailash Mansarovar Bhavan’ built at a cost of 132 crores at Shaktikhand four in Indirapuram.
Apart from Kailash Mansarovar pilgrims, ‘Char-dham’ and ‘Kanwar Yatris’ will also be able to stay in this building.
On this occasion, he also inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of various development projects worth Rs 750 crore.
Targeting the opposition in his address, CM Yogi said that some people are irritated by the development happening in the country and the increasing popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the world. So, there is a conspiracy to spread anarchy in the country, but the public is completely trusting Modi and responding to the conspirators in their own way.
At the inauguration ceremony, he said that the religious buildings which are being constructed in the state will not only provide facilities to the devotees but will also provide employment opportunities.
He said that we will also appoint guides to explain in detail about various religious visits. They will explain to the devotees what challenges they will face during these journeys and how to deal with them.
On the law and order of the state, the Chief Minister said that today law and order is the rule of the entire country. Earlier the police used to clear the way for loafers and goons but now the situation is the opposite. Now, in fear of the police, the goons are begging for mercy.
Yogi said that other states are also considering the law and order situation of Uttar Pradesh. They are now adopting UP modules.
Praising the Modi government at the Center, he said that today the faith of the countrymen is in Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while the people of the opposition parties are upset by this and are planning new conspiracies to discredit them.
Several senior leaders including Union Minister of State General VK Singh, State President Swatantradev Singh, and Minister of State Atul Garg were present on the occasion.