Festival of Makar Sankranti, celebration of war with Corona: Yogi Adityanath

On the sacred competition of Makar Sankranti, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath extended heartfelt greetings and best wishes to all the people of Makar Sankranti. He mentioned that for the final 10 months, devotees, states and countrymen and all international places in the world stood at the entrance of humanity, while going through the worst epidemic of this century, as we speak of the nation efficiently. The disaster has emerged from the management of revered Modi below. Corona within the nation is well seen as examples.

CM Yogi mentioned that two months ago as we speak that there are more than 68 thousand live examples in Uttar Pradesh, however as we speak this quantity has come down to less than 10 thousand. The celebration of Makar Sankranti is nothing less than the celebration of Purushartha. India has launched a 2–2 vaccine for the guard against Corona, a vaccine to be introduced from 16 January. But one method for the vaccine vaccine is that as long as it takes time for the vaccine to become active, it will take time for every citizen to receive it. For this, caution and vigilance are mandatory.

The Chief Minister mentioned that we have now turned into an ally with this occasion of Makar Sankranti, though two yards and the location of the facade should be inspected. Because fully efficiently it will be able to advance the country’s battle with Corona and set up the occasion efficiently. As soon as I offer my heartiest congratulations to the people of Makar Sankranti. I typify the notion that Makar Sankranti can also end the enthusiasm and excitement of a devotee’s life. It is believed that Lord Surya Dev Uttarayan is the day of Makar Sankranti, which is according to the custom of Sanatana Dharma, it is a sacred and auspicious date for auspicious duties. As we speak, all kinds of manglicious tasks will begin. Today’s date is with the enthusiasm of individuals of the nation and the state.

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