Yogi Adityanath shifts to CM's official residence on first day of Navratri

Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday moved into 5-Kalidas Marg, his official residence here, on the first day of the nine-day long 'Navaratra' festival.

PTI March 29, 2017 22:04:29 IST
Yogi Adityanath shifts to CM's official residence on first day of Navratri

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday moved into 5-Kalidas Marg, his official residence here, on the first day of the nine-day long 'Navaratra' festival.

After taking oath as the Chief Minister on 19 March, he had been staying at VVIP Guest House close by and was operating from there. Adityanath wanted to enter the official residence on an
auspicious day and chose the first day of Navaratra to move in.

The Chief Minister invited the newly-elected MLAs for 'Falaahaar' (fruit meal) at his official residence and honoured them with a shawl and memento, an official spokesman said. Both the deputy chief ministers Keshav Maurya and Dinesh Sharma were present besides several ministers.

Updated Date:

also read

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugurate Kushinagar International Airport on 20 October
India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugurate Kushinagar International Airport on 20 October

Ambassadors of various countries and a special delegation from Sri Lanka will participate in the ceremony

Opposition adopted negative attitude in sensitive Lakhimpur Kheri incident, says UP government
India

Opposition adopted negative attitude in sensitive Lakhimpur Kheri incident, says UP government

Government spokesperson and cabinet minister Sidharth Nath Singh alleged that the opposition parties wanted to visit Lakhimpur Kheri for a photo opportunity.

Head-on | How Centre's 'soft' approach encourages Rakesh Tikait to push his incendiary agenda
Politics

Head-on | How Centre's 'soft' approach encourages Rakesh Tikait to push his incendiary agenda

The attempt to weaponise the movement by politically affiliated farmers’ union leaders ahead of the 2022 UP Assembly election will continue as long as the government and the Supreme Court remain silent spectators