Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is coming to Gorakhnath temple on a three-day visit on Friday. With the seventh date of Chaitra Navratri approaching, Chief Minister Yogi will inspect and review the site of development works in Gorakhpur while defending the candidates for the assembly elections. In view of his visit, the top officials of the district have started preparations from Thursday. It has been said that CM Yogi Adityanath will cast his vote on April 9 at 8 am at Gorakhpur booth for MLC elections.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will inspect the construction site of Mahayogi Guru Gorakhnath Ayush University under construction in Pipri at around 3 pm on Friday. The state’s first Guru Gorakhnath Ayush University and the under-construction Sainik School in the Fertilizer Campus will review other major projects with district officials at Swiss Cottage here. Necessary guidelines will also be given to the officials and administrative agencies to expedite the construction works.
After inspecting and reviewing the AYUSH college site, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will leave for Mahayogi Gorakhnath University, Arogyadham, Sonbarsa by road at 4 pm. Apart from reviewing the performance of the university, the Chief Minister is likely to address the newly admitted students on the 10th day of the ongoing BAMS first year initiation course at Guru Gorakhnath Institute of Medical Sciences (Ayurveda College). Gorakhnath will return to the temple after resting the night. On Saturday, CM Yogi Adityanath will attend the Janta Darshan program after worshiping Mata Bhagwati at Gorakhnath temple.
After the installation of the statue of Mata Bhagwati in the premises of Bharat Sevashram Sangh in Daudpur, the Kalash was established on Thursday morning. Durga Puja will be celebrated here for three days from Thursday. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will reach the premises of Bharat Sevashram Sangh on Saturday, April 9 at 4.30 pm. Worship Maa Bhagwati. The CM’s program was scheduled on Thursday afternoon.
Swami Nishreyasanand, manager of Swami Sevashram Sangh, said that the Chief Minister’s program has been decided. All the preparations have also been completed. On Thursday, on Mahashathi Tithi, Sri Sri Chandipath and Stuti Vandana were done. At nine o’clock in the morning the urn was installed and worshiped. The Mahashti Bodhan program concluded in the evening.
A large number of devotees including Swami Taranand of Kurukshetra, Swami Vishwadevanand of Varanasi, Amarnath Chatterjee, Partha Chatterjee, Advocate Ramsharan Pal, Prashant Chatterjee, Vidya Bhattacharya and Anupam Srivastava participated in this program.