India is fast turning its resolves into accomplishments – CM Yogi Adityanath

Gorakhpur: Chief Minister and Gorakshpeethadhishwar Yogi Adityanath said that India, which was ruled by Britain for 200 years, has become the fifth largest economy in the world, overtaking the same Britain in 75 years of its independence. This is a living example of the fact that today’s new India is turning its resolves into accomplishments. It is also an example of the success of the present successful leadership of India.

CM Yogi was addressing the conference on ‘Azadi’s Amrit Mahotsav: From Concept to Siddhi’ on Thursday as part of the weekly function organized to commemorate the 53rd death anniversary of Yugpurush Brahmaleen Mahant Digvijaynath and 8th death anniversary of Rashtrasant Brahmalin Mahant Avadyanath. He said that for the first time in the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, it was felt that the festival of Independence Day is not just a government event, but people’s participation is there. All Indians hoisted the tricolor in every house. The whole country participated in this.

The Chief Minister said that our country did not get freedom suddenly. For this, a earnest effort had to be made, countless sacrifices had to be made. India is one of the few countries that never accepted defeat but continued to fight. Great men like Prithviraj Chauhan, Maharana Pratap, Chhatrapati Shivaji, Guru Gobind Singh continued to fight for the honor and self-respect of the country. If the country had fought unitedly in that period, then the sixes of the Mughals would have been released in the same period and there would not have been independence after that.

The flame of revolution could not be extinguished after 1857

CM Yogi said that the country fought unitedly in the first war of independence of 1857. Mangal Pandey in Barrackpore, Bandhu Singh in Gorakhpur, Dhan Singh Kotwal in Meerut, Rani Laxmibai in Jhansi, Tatya Tope in Bithoor lit the torch of freedom struggle. There was no area in the country where people did not shout against the British rule. For the first time it was thought that India would be free from slavery. Since then the flame of revolution could not be extinguished. In 1922, the historic Chauri Chaura public outcry took place, many revolutionaries were hanged in the Kakori incident in Lucknow. With countless sacrifices, the country finally became independent on 15 August 1947.

No power in the world can stop India from becoming a developed nation.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has called upon all the people to join the Panch Pranas given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Independence Day and said that if we follow the targeted resolutions and discharge our duties honestly, then no power in the world can defeat India. cannot stop it from becoming a developed nation. He said that whether it is a student, teacher, farmer, entrepreneur, businessman or any section of the society, everyone should have the feeling of ‘country first’. We have to work for self-reliant India while working in our field. Instead of relying on the government for every task, the panchayats and bodies have to increase the sources of revenue. PM Modi’s Panch Prana is not a mantra for any person, religion, religion or region, but for 135 crore people of the country to work together.

Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat has to start with itself

CM Yogi said that after the independence of the country, the world felt that India would not last long. But, in these 75 years, in spite of different dialect, language, food, a similar national gesture is seen in the whole country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Dwarka to Bengal. To move forward, we have to inculcate the spirit of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ and start it from ourselves. If we want to make India developed, then we have to move forward on the goal of self-reliance. Only by doing this we will be in a position to say in the centenary festival of independence that our country has become a developed and an economic superpower of the world.

Don’t imagine a bright future by forgetting history

The Chief Minister said that we cannot imagine a bright future by forgetting history. Development will not happen only by speaking, but everyone should have a role in it. The path of development will be paved only by the synergy of history, knowledge and science. He said that the educational institutions will have to take up the responsibility of finding the great men who have sacrificed their everything for freedom and remained anonymous, and through them to inspire the present and future generations. In this sequence, by joining the resolutions of the National Education Policy, educational institutions can make themselves ideal centers. He said that the educational institutions should keep a deep knowledge of the schemes of the government along with the courses so that the student does not have to wander anywhere after studying. With the knowledge of the plans, the student will be able to decide his future goal along with studies and the achievement will be achieved only by the targeted resolution.

Mahant Digvijaynath and Mahant Avadyanath were associated with the concept of nation building for life

On this occasion, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath paid a heartfelt tribute to his grandfather Guru Brahmalin Mahant Digvijaynath and Gurudev Brahmaleen Mahant Avadyanath and said that the Mahantdway remained associated with the concept of nation building for life. Under the leadership of Mahantdvay, each and every work of the Gorakshapeeth remained dedicated to the society and the nation. From Shri Ram Janmabhoomi movement, eradication of untouchability, cow protection to education and health, Gorakshpeeth has always played a leading role. Acharyadvay always discharged national duties.

India’s acceptance has increased in the world: Prof Ravi Shankar Singh

The keynote speaker of the conference, Prof. Ravi Shankar Singh, chairman of the Department of Physics, Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University, said that after the country’s independence in 1947, Britain

The then Prime Minister of India Churchill had said that India would fall apart. But, in the 75 years of independence, India has not been scattered but has flourished. Describing the elixir of independence as a festival of national awakening, Dr Singh said that today the acceptance of India has increased all over the world. India’s role in the making of any global policy cannot be ignored. He said that in fact India is a spiritual nation, according to this concept, it has been the tradition of the Gorakshpeethadhishwars that they have been leading the way in countering the attacks on religion, culture and nationality.

In the conference, the proposal of the subject was presented by the President of Maharana Pratap Education Council, Prof. Uday Pratap Singh. Jagadguru Swami Sridharacharya, Prashant Shukla who came from Ayodhya also expressed his views on this occasion. Mahant Shernath, Mahant Shivnath, Brahmachari Ras Lal, Mahant Ganga Das, Rammilan Das, Mahant Ram Nath, Mahant Raju Das, Mahant Mithalesh Nath, Mahant Ravindra Das, BJP regional president Dr Dharmendra Singh, MLA Pradeep Shukla, Mahayogi Gorakhnath University attended the conference. A large number of people including Registrar Dr Pradeep Kumar Rao were present.

 

 

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