An event is set to take place at Gate No.03 of Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi, where the Chief Minister will officially introduce newly provided golf carts for the convenience of devotees visiting Vrindavan. These golf carts are an initiative to enhance the pilgrim experience and are aimed at facilitating devotees participating in 'parikrama' (circumambulation) in Vrindavan. Initially, 30 such golf carts will be available to devotees at a nominal fee to ease their journey.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is set to embark on a significant visit to Mathura and Agra this Wednesday. His itinerary includes attending the Kisan Mela at Deen Dayal Dham in Farah, the birthplace of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay, and inaugurating a golf cart service for devotees in Vrindavan.
Upon his arrival at Agra airport in a state plane, the Chief Minister will take a chopper to Farah, a town in Mathura. He is scheduled to light the lamp at the Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Janmabhoomi Smarak Bhavan and visit the ‘Gram-Udyog Kendra,’ where an exhibition showcasing products made by Farah villagers will be on display, as confirmed by Mathura’s District Magistrate, Shailendra Kumar Singh.
Part of an annual celebration marking the birth anniversary of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay in Farah, the Chief Minister is expected to inaugurate an exhibition at the fair and possibly address a farmers’ meet organized at Nagla Chandra Bhan in Farah.
Following his engagements in Farah, Yogi Adityanath will fly back to Mathura city, landing at Ramlila ground. From there, he will proceed to offer prayers at Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi. During an event at Gate No.03 of Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi, the Chief Minister will unveil newly introduced golf carts available for devotees visiting Vrindavan. Initially, 30 golf carts will be provided for devotees performing ‘parikrama’ (circumambulation) in Vrindavan, offered at minimal charges.
It’s noteworthy that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been focusing on improving traffic arrangements in Vrindavan, especially on weekends when the number of visitors significantly rises, with thousands of devotees seeking the blessings of Sri Bankey Behari.
Additionally, the proposed Bankey Behari Corridor issue is currently under consideration in the Allahabad High Court. The corridor, aimed at widening roads leading to Bankey Behari Temple, is supported by those advocating for improved infrastructure. However, it faces opposition from local shopkeepers in Vrindavan.
In Agra, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will address a gathering organized by an industrialists’ organization on Fatehabad Road, emphasizing his engagement with various sectors crucial to the region’s development.