In a significant meeting that underscores the collaborative spirit between state and central leadership, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi on Tuesday. CM Yogi shared this update through his social media channels, along with a photograph of the meeting, showcasing the importance of this interaction.
CM Yogi expressed his gratitude to Prime Minister Modi for offering valuable guidance during their meeting. He wrote on his social media platform, “Your invaluable guidance empowers ‘New Uttar Pradesh’ to play an important role in the accomplishment of the resolution of ‘Developed India @ 2047.’ Thank you very much for taking the time out of your busy schedule for this!”
One of the key highlights of the meeting was CM Yogi Adityanath inviting Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the consecration of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi temple, currently under construction in Ayodhya. This invitation adds significance to the temple’s consecration, which is proposed to take place between January 15th to 24th, 2024.
The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi temple holds immense cultural and religious importance for millions of devotees. It is noteworthy that nearly 70 percent of the temple’s construction work has already been completed, with the sanctum sanctorum ready and the installation of pillars for the first floor in progress. The first floor of the temple will house the revered Ram Darbar.
Simultaneously, the ground floor is undergoing finishing work, and door installations are progressing swiftly. All these efforts are geared toward the grand opening of the Ram temple for devotees in January 2024, coinciding with the life consecration of Ramlala.
The meeting between CM Yogi Adityanath and PM Narendra Modi also provided an opportunity to discuss various matters related to the functioning of the state government and other important issues. It exemplifies the cooperative approach taken by leaders to address state and national interests collectively. As Uttar Pradesh advances on its path of development and progress, such interactions between state and central leadership contribute significantly to the state’s growth and the nation’s overall well-being.