'Double Engine' Makes Ayodhya a Global Tourist Destination: Yogi Adityanath

Yogi Adityanath said the construction of the temple was a result of Prime Minister Modi’s strong will power.


The BJP’s ‘dual-engine’ government will make Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Ram, a global tourist destination, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Sunday, turning the city into a religious, Vedic and He reiterated his administration’s commitment to establishing it as a spiritual center.

The prime minister launched 46 development projects worth 1057 crore rupees in Ayodhya and addressed ‘Prabhjan Sameran’, saying the city would portray ‘the new Uttar Pradesh of the new India in front of the world’.

“A project worth Rs 30,000 crore has been approved by the state and central governments for the development of Ayodhya. The dual-engine government is committed to the overall progress of the city,” he said. rice field.

“The government will not only promote the religious, cultural and spiritual significance of this place, but also develop basic amenities for the welfare of the people. It will become a global tourist destination that will draw New India’s New Uttar Pradesh before 2020,” said Mr Adhyanath.

On this occasion, the Prime Minister also distributed keys, checks and certificates to beneficiaries of various government programs.

“Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the magnificent temple of Lord Rama has finally been built after a long wait of 500 years. Prime Minister Modi’s leadership,” he said.

The construction of the temple is the result of the strong will of Prime Minister Modi, Mr Adichanath.

“We have to plan a strategy to visualize Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh and the country we aspire to live in in 2047. I have to work,” he said.

Under the smart city mission, Adityanath said roads have been widened, dangling wires have been removed, and basic facilities for citizen convenience, including bus stops, have been provided.

“Before 2017, Ayodhya was in darkness, but today the city is illuminated by LED lights and has regular and uninterrupted power supply,” he said, attacking the former state government.

In Uttar Pradesh, where the rule of law has been established, he said, “‘Dadas’ was walking around like he was driving a cart with his head down today.”

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