Eid Namaz Not Performed On Roads For The First Time In Uttar Pradesh, Says CM Yogi Adityanath
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that it is for the first time that Eid Namaz was not performed on the roads in the state.
Speaking at the media conclave organised in commemoration of 75 years of the publications, Organiser and Panchajanya, Adityanath, while addressing the issue of loudspeakers said, ”now, you must have seen for the first time that Eid Namaz was not performed on roads. Now, you must have heard that either the volume of the mosque loudspeaker has gone down or the loudspeaker has been removed completely.”
He also added that the loudspeakers or public address systems that have been removed from mosques are being donated to schools and hospitals.
Elaborating about the changes in the state in his second term, Adityanath also added that in contrast to what used to happen earlier in UP, there had been no untoward incidents post-elections. “There were no riots in UP during or after the elections. After the formation of the government, Ram Navami was celebrated with fervour. Hanuman Jayanti celebrations passed off peacefully. This is the same UP where small issues led to riots earlier,” he said.
While highlighting the grand Ram Mandir and the Kashi corridor project, Adityanath also said that the state government was developing a pilgrim site in every assembly constituency.
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