Ayodhya. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath says that the BJP government is not spending public money on buying land for ‘graveyard’, but on reconstruction and beautification of temples. Targeting the opponents, he said that earlier the state money was used to buy land for the graveyard, but it is not so in our government. BJP is spending money for temples. In the Deepotsav of Ayodhya, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath made a big attack on the Samajwadi Party.
Along with the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya, it will also become the center of tourism for the world. Till now only 1.5 lakh devotees are coming but Top Tourism To Ayodhya There is a preparation to bring about five crore tourists to bring it. International airport is being built in Ayodhya. Ramnagari will not only become a spiritual center but Ayodhya will also become a big center for employment. The patience of the public has forced the people who have done wrong deeds to repent. Those who once took pride in firing at Ram Bhakts are now in the process of becoming a Ram Bhakt.
Attacking the Samajwadi Party, he said that being a Ram devotee in their power was a crime. Used to take pride in firing at Ram Bhakts, but now time has changed that they are in the process of becoming Ram Bhakt who shoots at Ram Bhakts. In the coming days, the same bullets will be seen worshiping Lord Ram with their entire family. It is the power of Lord Rama to bring them in the right direction. He said that those who opened fire on Ram Bhakts would now be seen becoming Ram Bhakt along with their family.
Yogi ji do one thing build a temple
During this, while giving a gift to the people of the state, he said that about 15 crore people will now get free food grains till March 2022. In this, along with rice, wheat, pulses and oil will also be given. CM Yogi said that since 2017 the same slogan was raised by the people that Yogi ji do one thing, build a temple. You forgot but we have not forgotten this slogan and the temple is being constructed. That too according to the wishes of the revered saints.