On completion of 6 years as CM, Yogi Adityanath offered prayers at Hanumangarhi, Ramlala temple. lucknow news

Lucknow/Ayodhya: Completing six years on the post of Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath Reached Ayodhya on Sunday and offered prayers Hanumangarhi And Ram Lalla Temple for the good of the state. He was also briefed about the progress of the construction Ram MandirHe was informed that 70 per cent construction of the temple has been completed, said a government statement.
Yogi Adityanath who isgorakshpithadheeshwar‘ (Head of Gorakh-based ‘Goraksh Peeth’) took oath as the Chief Minister of UP for the first time on March 19, 2017. After the BJP emerged victorious in the 2022 UP Assembly Elections, he once again took oath as the Chief Minister of UP. Oath on March 25, 2022.
On Saturday, Adityanath visited Varanasi, and offered prayers at the ‘Kaal Bhairav’ temple and the Kashi Vishwanath temple.
After Adityanath had darshan of ‘Ram Lalla’, he was presented a memento by Champat Rai, general secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra.
According to the statement, Adityanath also inquired about the condition of the laborers engaged in the construction of the Ram temple.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh had on Saturday congratulated Adityanath in Lucknow on completion of six years in office and praised the work done by him during this period.
Singh said, “I can say that till now no one has been the Chief Minister for such a long time in Uttar Pradesh. Dr. Sampurnanand had served as the Chief Minister for the longest time, but his record was broken by Yogi Adityanath ji.” Is.” Said.
Dr. Sampurnanand was the Chief Minister of the state from December 28, 1954 to April 9, 1957. He became the Chief Minister for the second time on 10 April 1957 and remained in office till 6 December 1960. He served as the Chief Minister. for 5 years and 345 days.
Govind Ballabh Pant was the first Chief Minister of UP, and he held the position from January 26, 1950 to May 20, 1952 and again from May 20, 1952 to December 28, 1954.
Pant also served as the Premier of the United Provinces (renamed Uttar Pradesh) on two occasions. His first term was from July 17, 1937 to November 2, 1939. The second term was from 1 April 1946 to 25 January 1950.


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