CM Yogi wishes Buddha Purnima and the foundation day of Sikkim state

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has tweeted on Twitter on the auspicious occasion of Buddha Purnima and extended warm greetings and best wishes to all the people of the state on the holy 'Buddha Purnima'. In fact, he has written in a congratulatory message, 'Mahatma Buddha's message of non-violence, compassion and friendship is an invaluable treasure for all humanity. He taught peace of mind and compassion in the heart. At present, by following the path shown by Mahatma Buddha, an atmosphere of peace and harmony can be created in the world. He said that the message of Mahatma Buddha will always remain relevant for mankind.

Apart from this, he has also given good wishes on the foundation day of Sikkim state. He wrote in a tweet- "Wishing all the people of Sikkim on the foundation day of the state of Sikkim, rich in folk-culture and traditions, adorned with the supernatural beauty of nature. Prayed to Lord Shri Ram that Sikkim should set new records for development. With this, the Chief Minister, while laying special light on the cleanliness campaign, said that, 'Dengue infection can be avoided by following cleanliness. Today' National On 'Dengue Day', he took an oath to prevent the spread of dengue infection and to make people aware about cleanliness.

Yes, and in this context, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath told the people about the development work of Gorakhpur, and said that Gorakhpur seems to be touching new heights of development. He further said, 'Eastern Uttar Pradesh and Gorakhpur people should get jobs and jobs here. For this, industrial clusters are being set up at various places. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set a target of making the country's economy '05 trillion dollars' by the year 2024. According to the expectations of the Prime Minister, we all have to make efforts together to pursue the possibilities of investment to take the economy to new heights. '

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