Khichdi Mela: CM Yogi's instructions- devotees visiting Gorakhnath temple should not have any problem
Gorakhpur: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has instructed the officials that there should be no problem for the pilgrims who come to offer a khichdi to the Gorakhnath temple. Yogi, who is on a three-day visit, met more than 150 complainants at the Gorakhnath temple on Wednesday to hear their problems and also instructed officials to dispose of them at the earliest.
He met the officials of police and administration and got information about the organization of Gorakhpur festival and arrangements for Khichdi fair and said that there should be no problem for the people visiting the festival and the devotees who come to the temple to climb. . The Chief Minister, however, alerted the authorities to the Kovid protocol.
Yogi's morning routine remained traditional. After leaving the residence, he first offered obeisance to Guru Gorakhnath with full legal practice. After this, after taking the blessings of his Guru Brahmin Avedyanath, he spent about half an hour in the Gaushala and then reached among the complainants and for an hour there was a series of listening to the problems of the complainants. Yogi visited the Gorakhnath temple complex which started from 14 January and saw the arrangements of Khichdi fair. During his visit to the temple and fair premises, he kept telling the officials and the people of the temple management that the devotees should have no problem in any situation.