After the massive victory of the BJP in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath may visit Mathura for the 23rd time. He is likely to attend the Lathamar Holi celebrations in Barsana. The police-administration has made arrangements for the possible arrival of the Chief Minister.
Yogi Adityanath, the head of the state, can come to Mathura for the 23rd time after the BJP gets a thumping majority in UP again. He is also likely to attend Lathamar Holi in Barsana here on Friday. In view of the possibility of the Chief Minister’s arrival, the police-administration has started making arrangements. However, the official program has not come yet.
After assuming the command of the state in the year 2017, the city of Shri Krishna remained on the priority of Yogi Adityanath. Due to this, while visiting Mathura district for 22 consecutive times, from time to time, he participated in the development work and also participated in the Rangotsav. On Thursday, after the bumper victory of the BJP in UP under the leadership of Yogi, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath may come to Mathura for the 23rd time.
Chief Minister is coming on Holi continuously for the last five years
The Chief Minister, who has been participating in the Lathamar Holi of Barsana continuously for the last five years, is likely to come on Friday. SP City Martand Prakash Singh said that the Chief Minister regularly comes to participate in the Lathamar Holi of Barsana. This time the arrangements are being made considering the possibility of their arrival. However, the official program of the Chief Minister has not come yet.
Meeting held in Lucknow
About a week ago, a meeting was also held in Lucknow to participate in the CM’s Lathamar Holi program, in which it was also said that if the government is formed, there will be every possibility that the CM will reach Barsana in Lathamar Holi. You can also visit Sri Banke Bihari.