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Ensure 24-hour darshan and worship of Shri Ram Lalla on Ram Navami, says UP CM Yogi Adityanath

CM Yogi holds a meeting with officials in Ayodhya regarding preparations for Ram Navami

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By Our Correspondent

Ayodhya: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath conducted a thorough review of the preparations for Ram Navami and Navratri on Thursday alongside senior officials in Ayodhya. He issued directives to ensure 24-hour darshan and worship at the Shri Ramlala temple on Ashtami, Navami, and Dashami of Navratri.

In order to facilitate this, he instructed officials to coordinate with members of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra. He emphasized that during this period, the temple doors should only be closed for special worship ceremonies.

In preparation for Ram Navami, the Chief Minister directed the arrangement of electric buses for devotees in collaboration with the Transport Corporation. Furthermore, he stressed the significance of maintaining cleanliness in the city, provision of drinking water, and heat mitigation for public convenience, highlighting the necessity of coordination with the Urban Development Department for these efforts.

He specified that arrangements should ensure devotees do not need to walk more than two and a half kilometers. Additionally, provisions should be made for storing their shoes and slippers at locations such as Tulsi Udyan.

The Chief Minister noted that election activities would coincide with the Ram Navami festival. Therefore, he suggested that police personnel and other essential service providers should be placed on permanent duty at key locations such as the Ramlala Temple and Hanumangarhi during this period, and be exempted from election duty.

District Magistrate Nitish Kumar delivered a presentation to the CM detailing the preparations for the upcoming Ram Navami. The presentation covered major initiatives undertaken by various departments including the Public Works Department, Health Department, Municipal Corporation, Electricity Board, Information Department, Cultural Affairs, General Administration, and Mela Administration.

The District Magistrate said that better arrangements have been made this year than last year. On behalf of the police administration, Senior Superintendent of Police Rajkaran Nayyar informed CM Yogi about the parking and traffic arrangements.

Divisional Commissioner Gaurav Dayal noted that since the opening of the Ram Mandir, there has been a continuous increase in the crowd. Keeping in mind the facilities of all, the Municipal Corporation, Development Authority, Health Department have been directed to work in a better way.

Regarding police arrangements, Inspector General of Police Praveen Kumar said that if necessary, arrangements for additional police force will be made. The Chief Minister emphasized the importance of maintaining good behavior by the police towards the devotees.

In addition to Additional Director General of Police, Zone, Amarendra Singh Sengar, the meeting was attended by MP Lallu Singh, Mayor Mahant Girishpati Tripathi, District Panchayat President Roli Singh, and MLAs Vedprakash Gupta, Ramchander Yadav and Dr. Amit Singh Chauhan. Also present were District President Sanjeev Singh, Mahanagar President Kamlesh Srivastava, and other party leaders. Furthermore, senior officials from various departments were also in attendance.

Yogi Adityanath offers prayers at Ram Lalla, Hanuman Garhi Temple in Ayodhya

Ayodhya: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Thursday, reached Ayodhya on a one-day visit and worshipped at Ram Mandir and Hanumangarhi, wishing for the welfare, happiness, and prosperity of the country and the people of the state.

Upon his arrival in Ayodhya, the Chief Minister proceeded directly from Saket College helipad to Hanumangarhi, where he performed the aarti of Lord Hanuman. Notably, during his visit, the Chief Minister took a moment to inquire about the well-being of the head priest.

Following his worship at Hanumangarhi, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath proceeded to offer prayers to Ram Lalla. He also engaged with officials on the temple premises and sought information about the arrangements in place.

Notably, this visit marked the Chief Minister’s first appearance in Ayodhya for the month of March. Previously, after the consecration on January 22, he assessed the arrangements on January 23, and later joined the cabinet for darshan and worship on February 11. Today, on March 14, CM Yogi returned to Ayodhya, to gift several developmental projects to the sacred city.




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