CM Yogi Adityanath sat on the ground at the house of a Dalit, ate khichdi in a plate, drank water in a kulhad

Gorakhpur. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached Gorakhpur on Friday, 14 January, amid the electioneering in Uttar Pradesh. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath located Jhungia Gate in the afternoon Dalit Amrutlal attended the dinner organized at Bharti’s house. Following the Kovid protocol here, CM Yogi sat on the ground and ate khichdi. The Chief Minister was served khichdi in a plate and water was given in a kulhad to drink. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had lunch at a Dalit’s house at a time when his political opponents were talking about the 85:15 (caste-based political equation) formula in Lucknow.

According to the information, the Chief Minister had food sitting on the ground without any formalities at the residence of Amritlal Bharti, a Scheduled Caste living near Jhungia Gate. CM Yogi in full indigenous style khichdi in a plate It was served and water was given in the kulhad. Along with CM Yogi, Amrutlal Bharti and B J P Regional President Dr. Dharmendra Singh also had lunch. On this occasion, Yogi also interacted with Bharti and her family members and thanked them for inviting them to dinner.

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Sabbath at the house of King Dom of Kashi
In fact, Brahmalin Mahant Digvijaynath and Brahmalin Mahant Avaidyanath continued to campaign for social harmony. The Brahmalin Mahantdvay used to organize co-bhoj with the saints and saints at the house of the person of the society, who was considered an untouchable due to social evils. Brahmlin Mahant Avaidyanath had organized a historic event of co-bhoj at the house of Dom Raja of Kashi and gave the message that people of all castes are equal in the society. No one is big or small. Yogi Adityanath carried forward this tradition of his gurus. As an MP, it has been a part of his lifestyle to give a big message of social harmony by attending the gathering of Dalits and most backward castes. This campaign continues even after becoming the Chief Minister.

Know what Yogi Adityanath said
After attending the gathering at the house of the Dalit, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said in a conversation with the media persons that the gathering is a big and important means of establishing social equality. Expressing his gratitude to Amrutlal Bharti and his family members for inviting him to eat khichdi, he said that BJP has always moved ahead with the mission of social unity. He said that Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s dream of social equality is also being fulfilled by adopting the mantra of ‘Sabka Saath-Sabka Vikas’ given by PM Modi to take forward development, good governance and nationalism.


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