Vrindavan, 2017.09.20 (VT): Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited Vrindavan on Tuesday. Traffic was stopped and the streets were cleaned in preparation for the CM’s arrival, and security forces were strategically placed throughout the town.
Adityanath first visited the Shri Banke Bihari Temple to bow at the lotus feet of Shri Krishna, before proceeding to the birthplace of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay in Farah.
Addressing the public, Adityanath said that Braj will be developed according to the wishes of the Brajwasis. He praised the good fortune of the residents of Vrindavan, whether they be humans, birds or animals, for they have the opportunity to see and serve the Lord all the time.
The CM stressed the importance of serving the Dham and keeping it clean. It is for this purpose, said Adityanath, that he has has created the Braj Teerth Vikash Parishad. He assured the Brajwasis that the State Government will provide sufficient funding for the Parishad’s projects.
Adityanath also announced the Tourism Department’s latest development plans for Braj, which include rainwater harvesting, investment in gardens and the renovation of ancient Kunds. The beginning budget for the project is set at five crores.
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