CM Yogi connects with public

Yogi Adityanath

Gorakhpur: Despite attending half a dozen public meetings a day for the candidates of his party BJP in the Lok Sabha elections, there has been no change in the daily routine of Chief Minister and Gorakshpeethadhishwar Yogi Adityanath and his style of informal interaction with the public.

Gau Seva is an integral part of his morning routine during his visit to Gorakhnath temple along with praying for faith in the Lord and his Guru. He does not forget to inquire about the well-being of the devotees visiting the temple premises, and calling the children visiting the premises along with their family members and giving them blessings and affection gives him spiritual satisfaction.

All these scenes were seen one by one in the Gorakhnath temple complex on Monday morning. Seeing a large group of devotees in the temple, as soon as the CM asked them where they have come from, whether there is any problem here, everyone started cheering due to the sense of belonging to the Chief Minister.

After attending several programs of the Lok Sabha election campaign, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached Gorakhnath temple on Sunday evening. After resting for the night at his residence in the temple complex, his daily routine on Sunday morning was traditional. After worshiping the darshan of Mahayogi Guru Gorakhnath, he went to the Samadhi of his Brahmalin Gurudev Mahant Avedyanath and took his blessings.

After that, like every time, he went on a tour of the temple premises. During this time, his eyes fell on the large number of devotees present in the premises and he reached them. Among the devotees who came to worship Guru Gorakhnath, some were locals while many people came from Gujarat, Maharashtra, Bihar and Chhattisgarh.
Where did you come from, how are you, is there any problem?

The Chief Minister cordially inquired about the well-being of everyone along with knowing where they came from. This style of affection of the Chief Minister increased the enthusiasm among the devotees and everyone started raising slogans of Jai Shri Ram, Bharat Mata ki Jai, Guru Gorakhnath Ji Maharaj ki Jai and Yogi Adityanath Ji Maharaj ki Jai.

Along with these devotees, their children also came to see Mahayogi Gorakhnath. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath called the children near him, touched everyone’s forehead and started giving love, affection and blessings. He asked the children about their names, their studies, laughed a lot and sent everyone off with chocolates.

Gorakshpeethadhishwar and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath never forget to do cow service during their visit to Gorakhnath temple. Even on Monday morning, while touring the temple premises, he reached the cowshed. Here he called the cows by their names and called them to him. Served them by feeding them bread and jaggery. Many cows started hugging him after eating jaggery and roti from his hands. CM Yogi directed the volunteers of the cowshed regarding the necessary steps to be taken for the care of the cows in the scorching heat.


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