Siddharthnagar will move forward like a bullet train: Chief Minister

Siddharthnagar will move at the speed of bullet train: Chief Minister

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Siddharthanagar. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath assured full development of Siddharthnagar district. He said, its identity is being re-established on the world stage. Human migration has stopped. Industrial investment has started. This district will move forward at the speed of bullet train in future. He said this while addressing the chief guest at the closing ceremony of the five-day Siddhartha Nagar Mahotsav organized at the BSA ground on Wednesday.

He said the place where Lord Buddha spent 29 years of his childhood and youth, a symbol of compassion and friendship all over the world, is before us today as Siddharthanagar. The district which brought the country to the world stage, was once in crisis of its own identity. The district was becoming known due to disease and immigration. The development work that started here after 2017 is visible today. This District Policy is moving towards continuous improvement in Aayog parameters.

800 crore will be invested

On February 10, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a global investor meet in Lucknow. Businessmen and entrepreneurs from 75 districts of the state as well as Siddharthnagar will also announce investments. When 800 crore rupees are invested here, this ambitious district will develop like other districts. The youth here will get employment. Dedicated to nationalism and service, the Madhav Prasad Tripathi Medical College soon became an important center because of its excellent health standards.

Respected progressive farmer

Abhishek Singh, Vijay Mishra, Sridhar Pandey were honored for their significant contribution to Kalanamak rice cultivation and rice export. High school student Ramesh Paswan was awarded for creating the best logo for Kalanamak rice in ODOP zone. On this occasion Buddharatna rice was released for export.

They were present

Member of Parliament Jagdambika Pal, regional president of BJP and member of the Legislative Council. Dharmendra Singh, MLA Shyamdhani Rahi and Vinay Verma, MLA Ankur Raj Tiwari, MLC Subhash Jaduvansh, District Panchayat President Sheetal Singh, Teacher MLA Dhruv Tripathi, Former Minister Jaipratap Singh and Dr. Apart from Satish Chandra Dwivedi, former MLA Raghavendra Pratap Singh, district president BJP Govind Madhav, district in-charge Ramjivan Maurya, district magistrate Sanjeev Ranjan and superintendent of police Amit Kumar Anand, NRI entrepreneur Kazi Mukhtar Ahmed, block chief representative Lavkush Ojha, union chief. Block President Bhanwapur Lalji Shukla, Kanhaiya Paswan, Omkar Pandey, Shiv Kumar Verma were present. The program was conducted by Nitesh Pandey.

BJP appeared on the last day of the festival

Siddharthanagar. When Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath arrived on the fifth and final day of the Siddharthnagar festival on Wednesday, a large number of BJP officials and workers were seen at the venue. However, MP Jagdambika Pal, MLA Shyamdhani Rahi and SK MLA Vinay Verma of Apana Dal were regular attendees during the festival.

This time too, before the start of the festival, there was a fight between BJP district officer and CDO Jayendra Kumar over the entry pass. After that, the message of boycotting the festival went viral on BJP’s social media group. After learning that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will attend the closing ceremony as the chief guest, he announced the withdrawal of the boycott in his own group, but the officials of the BJP’s district executive also distanced themselves. Incident BJP workers have accused an official of their group of giving 350 entry passes to his close associates regarding entry passes. Complaints about empty chairs, other disturbances during the festival went viral.

He continued to shout slogans despite his denial

During the festival, as soon as Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath arrived in front of the stage, people sitting in pandals started chanting Yogi Modi slogans. MLA Vinay Verma and former minister Dr. Satish Chandra Dwivedi then stood up and appealed to the people to calm down, but the chanting continued. Then MP Jagdambika Pal also asked people to calm down, so somehow people agreed. This slogan became a topic of discussion. After that the Chief Minister started chanting Bharat Mata ki Jai, when he said Bande, the people present enthusiastically chanted Mataram.

O holy land of Kapilvastu

Students of Shivpati Inter College Sohratgarh sang the song O Kapilvastu ki Punyabhoomi and gave the message of peace of Mahatma Buddha. A large number of people attended despite the cold weather. For the first time all the chairs were seen full on the last day at the pandal.

Stubborn woman in meeting with the Chief Minister, the administration sweated

The Chief Minister was nowhere to be seen, somehow being taken off the dais


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Siddharthanagar. As soon as CM Yogi Adityanath’s speech began at the district sports stadium, a complaining woman created a ruckus and the administration was left in limbo. He insisted on meeting the Chief Minister with his complaint. He refused to comply when the security policemen started to stop him, then the administration people around the stage started to stop him. However, the whole incident was going on on the right side of the stage, so the Chief Minister continued his speech without noticing the woman. The woman was somehow picked up with the help of women security personnel and there was no disruption to the Chief Minister’s programme. However, the woman was unable to speak, as the soldiers removed her, tearing up her memorandum at the same time.

According to the complaint, her name is Sheela and she is a resident of Shahpur village in Etwa police station area. The woman complained that after marriage, her in-laws beat her and threw her out of the house. He then filed a court case for trial, which is still ongoing. Meanwhile, the in-laws conspired to frame his mother and other family members in a false case. An appeal has been made to the higher officials in this regard, but no hearing is taking place. During the event, the woman kept saying that she did not expect justice from the officials of the police administration, she would speak to Yogiji.

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