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CM Yogi Adityanath meets elderly saint on wheelchair, fulfills his wish

When Omkarnath told that he will be performing a Yagya at his temple, Yogi promised to provide every possible help from his side.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 21 March 2021 10:34 AM GMT

CM Yogi Adityanath meets elderly saint on wheelchair, fulfills his wish
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Gorakhpur: What makes Yogi Adityanath different from other leaders is his public connectivity and emotional support towards the needy. Being a leader who is known for his speedy action and hard-hitting decisions, Yogi Adityanth is also a very soft-hearted and kind person.

This image of the CM once again elevated when after seeing an elderly saint in a wheelchair, he immediately went to meet him. Mahant Omkarnath, who could not walk because of his disability came in his wheelchair from Ramjanaki Temple, Kusumhi jungle to take the blessings of CM Yogi.

CM Yogi in Gorakhpur:

CM, who is on a two-day visit to Gorakhpur, immediately went towards him. And talked to him for a long time. When Omkarnath told that he will be performing a Yagya at his temple. Yogi promised to provide every possible help from his side.

While holding a Janata Darbar in Gorakhpur, on Sunday, CM Yogi heard the complaints of more than 500 people. And instructed DM, SSP, IG, and other officers not to delay in addressing the grievances of these complainants.

“The solution should also be in a quality manner so that the victim is satisfied,” said CM.

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As the coronavirus cases rise in Uttar Pradesh, CM Yogi also urged people to follow proper guidelines to prevent the transmission of deadly coronavirus.

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He also directed officials to ensure that people wear masks when in the public. Also, keep a distance of six feet.

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