CM Yogi Vrindavan Visit: ‘Braj Raj Utsav’ is being organized in Mathura on 23 November 2023. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is proposed to attend the programme. Preparations for PM Modi’s visit are going on in full swing. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached Mathura on Sunday to take stock of the preparations for PM Modi’s visit. On arrival in Mathura, Chief Minister Yogi reached Banke Bihari Temple in Vrindavan and offered prayers. Chief Minister Yogi bowed his head at the feet of Thakur Banke Bihari. In view of his visit, the gate of the temple was closed.
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After having darshan of Banke Bihari, the convoy of the Chief Minister moved ahead. Chief Minister Yogi’s helicopter had landed at Pawan Hans helipad in Vrindavan. He inspected the venue of PM Modi’s proposed program. He gave necessary directions to the officials. Chief Minister Yogi took information from the officials about the security arrangements of PM Modi. The officials informed the Chief Minister about the preparations. Chief Minister Yogi held a meeting in the office of Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad.
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CM Yogi took stock of the preparations after the worship.
There was a gathering of devotees on Sunday over the weekend. In view of the Chief Minister’s visit, security arrangements were tightened. The traffic department had issued a plan for route diversion. Cabinet Minister Lakshmi Narayan Chaudhary said that Chief Minister Yogi also visited the ancient Madan Gopal and Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi temples and worshipped. Lakshmi Narayan Chaudhary was present with Chief Minister Yogi. Chief Minister Yogi inquired about the well being of the temple priests. He greeted people on the way with folded hands. ASP, DSP, Inspector, SI, constable rank officers and many PAC companies were deployed for the security of the Chief Minister.
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