Mathura: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached Vrindavan on Sunday to assess the arrangements for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s upcoming visit. During the visit, CM Yogi inspected the preparations and security measures.
CM Yogi paid a visit to Shri Dwarkadhish Temple, Shri Krishna Janmasthan Temple, Shri Banke Bihari Temple, and the ancient Madan Gopal Temple in Mathura-Vrindavan. After performing rituals, the CM wished for the well-being of the citizens.
The Chief Minister inspected all the temples and reviewed the arrangements. He took stock of the traffic routes, and entry and exit points and gave necessary directions to the officials for strengthening the arrangements. He visited the venue of the Prime Minister’s program and reviewed the preparations.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath arrived at the Braj Raj Utsav Mela, which is taking place at the Dholi Pyau Railway Ground. He toured the entire ground and assessed the arrangements. It is worth mentioning that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to participate in the Braj Raj Utsav in Vrindavan on the upcoming November 23.
The Uttar Pradesh Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad and the Tourism Department are organizing the Braj Raj Utsav at the Railway Ground from November 14 to 27. As part of this event, the birth anniversary of Saint Meera Bai is also being celebrated.
Shailja Kant Mishra, the Vice President of the Uttar Pradesh Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad, briefed the Chief Minister on the arrangements for Saint Meera Bai’s 525th birth anniversary celebration. He further mentioned that on November 23, MP Hema Malini will present a program in which the Prime Minister will also be present.
During his visit to the grounds, District Magistrate Shailendra Singh told CM Yogi about the preparations being made for the arrival of the Prime Minister on 23 November. DM Shailendra Kumar Singh and Chief Executive Officer of Uttar Pradesh Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad Nagendra Pratap explained in detail about the entry and exit gates, stage, program venue, exhibition venue, food stall, swing area, handicraft exhibition etc. through the map of the fair. The Chief Minister gave instructions to make adequate arrangements for security, drinking water, seating plan, entry and exit gates, toilets, toilets, etc. of the fair complex.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a meeting with representatives and officials at the Braj Tirth Vikas Parishad office to review preparations for the Prime Minister’s program and provided several directions. He also instructed that the district should be made plastic-free while running a campaign against single-use plastic.
The Chief Minister directed the Municipal Commissioner to enhance the door-to-door collection of waste and ensure effective disposal. There should be no litter on the roads, and burning of garbage should be prohibited anywhere.
He suggested cleanliness campaigns should be run by appointing employees through outsourcing. Where wall painting is required, ensure timely completion of the work. Destitute cattle should be managed systematically and constant communication should be maintained with religious leaders.
The Chief Engineer of the Public Works Department has been directed to ensure that all roads are pothole-free, undertake patchwork, prevent any road damage, and ensure cleanliness everywhere. The MD of the Electricity Department has been instructed to repair the electrical lines along the roads and remove any unnecessary hanging wires. Roads should appear clean and tidy, and the hanging cables and electrical wires should be systematically arranged. Ensure uninterrupted power supply at the venue of the Braj Raj Utsav-2023 program. The power supply arrangement should be on both sides, including the arrangement of generators and uninterrupted power supply by the Electricity Department.
CM Yogi asked all the representatives to invite people to ‘Meera-Vaile’ program dedicated to Hema Malini on November 23. More and more residents of the districts should be invited to the program to welcome the Prime Minister. The welcome of the Prime Minister should be unprecedented. Ensure transportation arrangements so that the devotees coming to Mathura Vrindavan do not face any inconvenience. When the Prime Minister visits the temples, devotees should be respectfully kept aside from the routes. The ADG Agra Zone, Agra, has been directed to keep an eye on disruptive elements in the crowd for security arrangements.
In the meeting, State Government Minister Lakshmi Narayan Choudhary, MP Hema Malini, Minister of State for Basic Education (Independent Charge)/Incharge Minister Sandeep Singh, Mayor Vinod Kumar Aggarwal, District Panchayat President Kishan Singh, MLA Mant Rajesh Choudhary, MLA Govardhan Meghshyam Singh, MLA Baldev Puran Prakash, Chairman Uttar Pradesh Business Welfare Board Ravikant Garg, MLC Omprakash Singh, District President Nirbhay Pandey, Metropolitan President Ghanshyam Lodhi, Vice President of UP Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad Shailja Kant Mishra, Principal Secretary Sanjay Prasad, ADG Agra Zone Anupam Kulshrestha, Divisional Commissioner Agra. Divisional Ritu Maheshwari, District Magistrate Shailendra Kumar Singh, Senior Superintendent of Police Shailesh Kumar Pandey and senior officers were present.