UP News: Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, praised the UP Transport Department for reaching the landmark and officially opened Mission Mahila Sarathi on Sunday. Yogi Adityanath flagged off 51 BS VI buses and launched Mission Mahila Sarathi.
CM Yogi Adityanath Inaugurates Mission Mahila Sarathi on Maha Ashtami
While inaugurating Mission Mahila Sarathi, CM Yogi said, “The Uttar Pradesh Transport Department is considered to be the backbone of transportation in the state. Be it a village or city, people used to travel by buses of the Transport Department. Congratulations to the transport department for achieving this milestone.” “Today is Maha Ashtami of the Shardiya Navratri festival. We worship the eighth form of Maa Durga – Maa Mahagauri, on this day. There could not be a better day than this to inaugurate Mission Mahila Sarathi,” CM Yogi added.
Uttar Pradesh to Introduce Electric Buses and Modern Bus Stops
The Chief Minister also disclosed that the state will shortly start introducing electric buses and that construction has begun on bus stops along the airport’s routes. “Now bus stations will be made on the lines of the airport. Construction work for the same has already been started. Moreover, we are also going towards electric buses,” he said. Yogi Adityanath prayed at the Devkali temple in Ayodhya earlier in the day.
Ram Temple Construction Progress Reviewed by CM Yogi Adityanath in Ayodhya
Yogi, meantime, visited the Ram Janmabhoomi complex in Ayodhya on Saturday, where he assessed the state of the continuing construction and declared that the Ram temple is on schedule to open in January of the next year. “We are trying to finish most of the projects before Deepotsav. A moment full of pride will come for the state and country when, in January 2024, the Prime Minister will establish Lord Ram in a grand temple,” said the UP CM.
Preparations Underway for Grand Ayodhya and Deepotsav Ahead of Ram Temple Opening
He declared, “The nation and the entire world will witness a new and grand Ayodhya,” expressing his happiness over the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. We’ve already begun getting ready for it. Deepotsav will have its first rehearsal. Every department has commenced operations on a war footing.” In order to fulfil the deadline for its planned opening in January of next year, the Ram temple’s construction is currently continuing. During his Saturday visit to Ayodhya, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was greeted warmly at Ramkatha Park.