CM Yogi's Diwali gesture: celebrating with Vantangiyas for unity in diversity
U.P. CM Yogi Adityanath to illuminate Diwali with Vantangiyas, embracing inclusivity and communal harmony
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is set to celebrate Diwali with the Vantangiya people in Tinkonia village No. 3, Gorakhpur, continuing a tradition he initiated in 2009. The festive occasion will also witness the inauguration of 32 projects valued at ₹91 crore and the laying of foundation stones for an additional 20 projects worth ₹62 crore, contributing to the overall development of Gorakhpur.
Empowering villages: Yogi Adityanath's focus on local development
Most of the inaugurated projects are geared towards village development, with an emphasis on solid waste management at the grassroots level. The Chief Minister's camp office confirmed the allocation of ₹153 crore for these initiatives. This Diwali, Yogi Adityanath's efforts extend beyond the celebration, demonstrating a commitment to improving the lives of the Vantangiya community and fostering sustainable development in the region.
Vantangiya progress: from neglect to empowerment
The Vantangiya community, once marginalized, has been brought into the mainstream of society through Yogi Adityanath's dedicated efforts. His consistent celebration of Diwali with the Vantangiya people since 2009 reflects a long-standing commitment to their well-being. Under Yogi's leadership, the neglected community has seen educational opportunities for their children, particularly daughters, leading to increased self-reliance.
As excitement builds among Vantangiya villagers for the Chief Minister's Diwali visit, the occasion not only marks a joyous festival but also symbolizes the ongoing transformation and upliftment of communities under Yogi Adityanath's governance.