On Thursday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has formally started the Ganga Yatra from Lucknow. The Ganga Yatra will start from Bijnor from Bijnor from January 27 to January 31. Governor Anandi Ben Patel will begin the second visit to Ballia. It is believed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi can conclude this visit.
According to the media report, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath sent the Ganga Yatra chariots from 5 Kalidas Marg to his official residence in Lucknow. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath flagged off two Ganga chariots for the Ganga Yatra. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath sent two Ganga Raths from his government residence. On 27 January, one chariot will leave from Bijnor and the other chariot will leave from Ballia. After this, both the chariots will reach Kanpur on 31 January. Both the yatra commencing from Bijnor and Ballia will be held in Kanpur on 31 January.
In his statement, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that Maa Ganga is both our faith and economy. Keeping this in mind, a program is being organized today to send the chariots of the Ganga Yatra to their destinations with the inspiration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In 1038 gram panchayats and 21 civic bodies along the banks of Maa Ganga, it has been decided to conduct farming or gardening in a purely organic manner. Special training program for cow based farming has been organized in Kanpur. 14 million liters of sewer used to fall daily in the Sisamau drain in Kanpur. Today I am very happy that the work done by the state government in the Namami Gange project is the result that not even a single drop sewer is falling in the Ganges Maiya. The film is made under the Namami Gange Mission. CM Yogi Adityanath watched the film on the river Ganges.