On Sunday, Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, examined the security arrangements and preparations for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s November 23 visit to Vrindavan.
Adityanath visited the Madan Gopal temple and offered prayers at the Banke Bihari Temple when he was in Vrindavan.
According to a release from the state government, MP Hema Malini and other dignitaries greeted the chief minister when he arrived at the Braj Raj Utsav Mela being held at the Dholi Pyau Railway Ground.
According to the statement, Adityanath was informed by District Magistrate Shailendra Singh on the arrangements for the prime minister’s visit here on Thursday.
Concerning the arrangements for the prime minister’s function, the chief minister also met with representatives of the Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad. Sanjay Prasad, the principal secretary (home), was also present during the meeting.
On November 23, Prime Minister Modi is expected to attend the Braj Raj Utsav in Vrindavan. Taking place from November 14 to November 27, the Uttar Pradesh Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad and Tourism Department are in charge of organizing the event.