Mathura. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached Vrindavan on a one-day visit on Sunday to review the preparations being made here for the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During this, he took stock of the arrangements and security related preparations. CM Yogi reached Shribanke Bihari Temple here and performed darshan and worship as per rituals and wished well for the people of the state. Apart from this, the Chief Minister also visited and worshiped in the ancient Madan Gopal temple. From here the Chief Minister reached the Brajraj Utsav fair going on at the railway grounds of Dholi Pyau. Here he was welcomed by MP Hema Malini, Vice President of Uttar Pradesh Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad Shelja Kant Mishra, Cabinet Minister Lakshmi Narayan Choudhary, Mathura in-charge Minister Sandeep Singh and former MP Tejveer Singh etc.
The Chief Minister toured the entire grounds and examined the arrangements. During his visit to the grounds, District Magistrate Shailendra Singh told Yogi about the preparations being made for the arrival of the Prime Minister on 23 November. Nagendra Pratap, Chief Executive Officer of Uttar Pradesh Brij Teerth Vikas Parishad, gave him brief information about the arrangements made for the Prime Minister’s program through a booklet. CM Yogi then reached the Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad office, where he held a meeting with the officials regarding the preparations for the Prime Minister’s program and gave several guidelines. During this, State Principal Secretary Home Sanjay Prasad was also present.
Let us tell you that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming to Vrindavan to participate in Brajraj Utsav on 23rd November. Brajraj Utsav is being organized by Uttar Pradesh Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad and Tourism Department from 14 to 27 November at the railway grounds. Under this, the birth anniversary of Saint Mirabai is also being celebrated. On the day of the Prime Minister’s visit, MP Hema Malini will give a presentation on Bhakta Mirabai. This program will last for about one and a half hours. During the program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also watch a five-minute documentary on Mirabai.