Every Indian feels proud of PM’s leadership: Yogi

Varanasi, Sep 23 (UNI) Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said that one should learn from Prime Minister Narendra Modi how innovative schemes are formulated and then implemented.

While marking the inauguration of 16 Atal Residential Schools and the closing ceremony of the Sansad Sanskritik Mahotsav (MP cultural program) organised at Rudraksh Convention Center, Varanasi, the CM said, “PM Modi is an inspiration for all of us to become informed public representatives. Every Indian feels a sense of pride in the leadership of the PM.”

Earlier, the CM also participated in an interaction program with the children of Atal Residential School in the presence of the Prime Minister.

Addressing the gathering, Yogi said that whenever the Prime Minister comes to Kashi, he gives something big to the country and the world. “This time, the unprecedented success of Chandrayaan, the display of India’s power and capability on the global stage through the G-20 summit, the successful launch of Aditya L-1, and the passing of the Nari Shakti Vandan Act in Parliament are important events,” he said.

He said, “Learning how to formulate development plans for every section of society and effectively implement them is something we all learn from your leadership abilities.”

The CM said that this was the fourth program of the PM on Saturday. “In the morning, after addressing the International Lawyers’ Conference in Delhi, the PM laid the foundation stone of the International Cricket Stadium in Kashi. Following that, there was a Nari Shakti Vandan Abhinandan program at Sampurnanand Sanskrit University. Afterward, he interacted with the children of Atal Residential Schools, and now we are witnessing the inauguration of 16 Atal Residential Schools and honoring cultural workers. This demonstrates how an informed public representative should carry out their work,” he said.

He said, “PM Modi has always guided all of us through creative activities, sometimes through MP sports competitions and sometimes through MP cultural events. Although different genres of music originated in Kashi, no MP or public representative has ever interacted with cultural workers or provided them with such a platform.”

Yogi said that more than 40,000 artists participated through different programs at various levels, including the Nyaya Panchayat, block level, university level, and district level, showcasing singing, playing musical instruments, dancing, and drama in the MP cultural program. “This unique initiative by the PM has contributed to the development of folk arts,” he said.

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