Lucknow: Stressing the importance of strong, self-reliant and a united country, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that all the communities, religions, sects may differ in their beliefs and practices, however, are contributing unanimously towards the development of India.
While attending the ‘Jangam Bari’ programme in Varanasi on Friday, Yogi Adityanath said, “Whenever any Indian tradition gains recognition globally, it is not just a particular community being recognised, but it becomes a matter of pride for all the 135 crore Indians. India is home to different sects, religions and communities, however, all are working towards the development of the country.”
Stating the example of Prayagraj Kumbh, the Chief Minister said that the Prayagraj Kumbh also gained recognition by the UNESCO as India’s intangible cultural heritage, which was heartily accepted and rejoiced by all the countrymen.
Lauding the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said that under Modi’s guidance, India is progressing with new vision, new energy, and new plans of development.
“Today, under the leadership of Modi ji, India has made a strong identity in the world. To fulfill the vision of a strong India, the vision of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat has to be realized,” Yogi said.
He went on to say that as a result of constant efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ‘Yoga’ has gained worldwide popularity and on 21st June International Yoga Day will be celebrated with full vigour.
“Kashi Vishwanath dham has been beautified under PM Modi’s leadership. The development work on a war-footing is being done similarly in Ayodhya,” he said.
He also assured that the system of allotment of separate land for setting up Dharamshala or ‘Muths’ for people of every sect will be done in a phased manner in Uttar Pradesh.