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Yogi cabinet along with CM Yogi to worship Ramlala in Ayodhya on November 9

  • Cabinet meeting of Yogi government to also take place on Thursday in the temple city
  • Government to take many important decisions for the development of the state

By Our Correspondent

Ayodhya: In pursuit of Mission 2024, the Modi-Yogi government is actively addressing issues related to religious, cultural nationalism, and development. In this sequence, ahead of the grand Deepotsav, Chief Minister Yogi and his entire cabinet will hold a meeting in Ayodhya on Thursday. CM Yogi will spend approximately 4 hours in Ayodhya attending the cabinet meeting and overseeing preparations for the Deepotsav.

The Chief Minister is scheduled to arrive at Ramkatha Park at around 11 am. After that he will have darshan and offer prayers at Hanumangarhi with his cabinet colleagues. Subsequently, they will worship at the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi complex and the Shri Ram Lala Virajman temple. The meeting will take place at the International Ramkatha Museum at around 12 noon.

Yogi Adityanath’s initiative marks a significant milestone as he becomes the first Chief Minister in Uttar Pradesh’s history to hold cabinet meetings outside the state capital. Similar meetings were previously held during the Kumbh Mela in Prayagraj in 2019, where cabinet members participated in a holy bath at the Sangam. Additionally, a cabinet meeting was conducted in Kashi. Continuing this tradition, the Yogi Cabinet will now convene in Ayodhya, the revered birthplace of Lord Shri Ram Lalla.

The meeting will be attended by over 24 senior ministers from the Uttar Pradesh government, along with Additional Chief Secretaries, Principal Secretaries, State Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra, State Director General of Police, and Director of Information. Decisions made during the cabinet meeting will be shared with the public through a press briefing to be organized at Ramkatha Park after the meeting concludes.






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