Uttarakhand has contributed immensely to progress of India – Yogi Adityanath

Lucknow: Speaking at the inauguration ceremony of Uttarakhand Mahotsav, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that it is always an endeavor to preserve and protect languages, dialects, folk tales, folk traditions.

He said it is the responsibility of all the countrymen. Appreciating Uttarakhand’s contribution, he said that the rivers originating from Uttarakhand are pure.

In the form of water, drinking water and irrigation, thirst quenching and food production plays an important role in North India. Therefore the conservation work of environment and rivers needs to be done on a large scale.

At the inauguration ceremony of Uttarakhand Mahatsav, CM Yogi honored eminent environmentalist Dr.
Anil Prakash Joshi. Dr. Harish Rautela was honored with the ‘Uttarakhand Gaurav Samman’. The honor of Harish Rautela was received by his representative Pramod Rautela.

Chief Minister also laid flowers on the portrait of Late Mohan Singh Bisht, former President of Uttarakhand General Council. Paying homage he said that Late Bisht  has given the Uttarakhand Mahaparishad new heights.

The Chief Minister said that Uttarakhand has contributed to the progress, development and prosperity of the country.  The land of Uttarakhand is Devbhoomi, where everyone has a sense of pride. Sacred places like Yama Unotri, Ganga Etri, Kedarnath, Badrinath and the temples are in Uttarakhand.

Three former Chief Ministers of the state, Late Pandit Gavind Ballabh Pant, Late Shri Hemvati Nandan
Bahuguna and Late Shri Narayan Dutt Tiwari belonged to Uttarakhand. Besides these, the former
Defense Minister  KC Pant and Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat and Security Advisor Ajit Doval also belong to Uttarakhand.

Chief Minister said that a comprehensive action plan has been prepared for environmental protection.
Plants have been planted, which include fruit, timber, medicinal plants. Similarly, remarkable work has been done in the field of water conservation and rain water harvesting.

After considering the suggestions and proposals given by the General Council, the Government of Uttar Pradesh
will provide all possible support.

Harish Chandra Pant welcomed the guests and General Secretary  Bharat Singh Bisht welcomed the guests.
On this occasion, Urban Development Minister Shri Ashutosh Tandon, Legislative and Justice Minister
People’s representatives including  Brajesh Pathak, Minister of Jal Shakti, Dr. Mahendra Singh,
Officers of Uttarakhand General Council, senior officers of administration and a large number of dignitaries were present.

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