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CM Yogi’s announcement on Diwali, free ration will be given to the poor till Holi

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has made a big announcement during his address before the Deepotsav program organized in Ayodhya. CM Yogi has announced to give 1 kg of edible oil as well as 1 kg of salt and pulses free of cost to the poor till Holi.

In view of the brutality of the Corona epidemic, this announcement was made earlier till November. Today on November 3, on the auspicious occasion of Choti Diwali, a grand Deepotsav is being celebrated in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.

Meanwhile, CM Yogi has congratulated all the countrymen on Deepotsav and Diwali. CM Yogi has appealed to the government employees and representatives of the state to take care and adopt poor families on Diwali. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath wrote on the social media platform Koo that “Heartfelt greetings and best wishes to all the people of the state on ‘Ayodhya Deepotsav’, a supernatural expression of faith and joy. Let us realize the spirit of Lok-Mangal and Lok-Ranjan. Long live Rama.”

On this occasion, CM Yogi has announced to distribute free ration material till Holi in the state. A special Deepotsav program is held in Ayodhya on the occasion of Diwali. During this, lakhs of lakhs of lamps are lit on the orders of CM Yogi. This year also the Chief Minister of the state has announced to light nine lakh diyas on the banks of river Saryu.

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The UP government led by CM Yogi celebrates the Deepotsav program every year under which lakhs of diyas are lit on the occasion of Diwali. As a part of this, the state government will light 12 lakh diyas in Ayodhya during the festival, out of which nine lakh diyas will be lit at Ram ki Paidi and Saryu Ghat. Apart from this, three lakh diyas will be lit in temples and monasteries. With these preparations, Yogi Sarkar is hoping to set a unique Guinness World Record for lighting a lamp at Ram ki Paidi.

The program, which marks the beginning of Diwali celebrations, will be formally inaugurated by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday. Diyas will be lit between 6:00-6:30 pm today in the presence of CM Adityanath, UP Governor Anandiben Patel, and Union Tourism Minister Kishan Reddy. Apart from this, many other programs will also be organized during the program. This festival of Deepotsav is being celebrated for the fifth consecutive year and for this special preparations are made by the state government.

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Rajan Chaudhary
Rajan Chaudhary is a freelance journalist from India. Rajan Chaudhary writes for various media organizations mainly compiles news on various issues including youth, employment, women, health, society, environment, technology.

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