Yogi Adityanath forms commission to resolve Valmiki Community problems
LUCKNOW, Oct 9 (The CONNECT) - Maintaining that his government is committed to the upliftment of sanitation and cleanliness workers, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that a commission has been formed to resolve the issues faced by the Valmiki community.
Speaking on the occasion of Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti Yogi Adityanath said yesterday that “Sage Valmiki was the first who acquainted the world with Lord Rama’s sanctity, virtue and godliness and today, a grand Ram Temple is nearing completion at the birthplace of Lord Rama, Ayodhya.”
He said his government is dedicatedly working to develop and beautify Chitrakoot—the ‘sadhna sthali’ (place of meditation) of Maharishi Valmiki, birthplace of Tulsidas and the serene abode of Lord Rama— as a top tourist destination.
“Ropeway facilities are being developed for people to experience the energy and positivity at the hills in Lalapur, Chitrakoot,” Yogi said.
He reiterated his government’s commitment to ensuring the upliftment of the masses, saying, “A commission has been formed for the benefit of the Valmiki community, all the reports submitted by the community will be taken into consideration and the government will ensure the resolution of all issues.”