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Devotion does not see caste or religion, says UP CM while visiting Sufi poet’s shrine in Mathura

UP CM Yogi Adityanath visited the shrine of Sufi poet Raskhan, a devotee of Lord Krishna, in Mathura on Wednesday. In the guest book he wrote: “Devotion does not see caste or religion. »

UP CM Yogi Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday visited the shrine of Sufi poet Raskhan, a devotee of Lord Krishna, in Mathura. After paying his respects, he wrote in the guestbook: “Devotion sees no caste or religion. Raskhan is an example.

Built at a cost of Rs 9 crore, the Raskhan shrine is to become a place of pilgrimage for domestic and foreign tourists. The shrine is surrounded by greenery and CM Yogi Adityanath has also planted a tree near the shrine. He also watched a documentary about Raskhan.

CM Yogi Adityanath also visited the disputed Krishna Janmabhoomi-Shahi Idgah complex and prayed at Bhagwat Bhawan. CM Yogi Adityanath met the devotees of Lord Krishna who had arrived from various states and offered prayers at the Keshavdev temple.

Furthermore, the Chief Minister chaired a meeting of UP Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad, endorsing the projects of Elevated Road, Goverdhan Connect and Braj Chaurasi Kos Parikrama.

Speaking to India Today, Yogi Adityanath said ten new projects have been approved. These projects will make the Braj region a center of religious tourism, he said.

Commenting on the CM’s visit, Samajwadi Party’s Agra City Chairman, Wajid Nisar told India Today, “While Yogi Adityanath spends thousands of crores on Mathura, he turned a blind eye to development projects existing tourist attractions of Agra which are stuck halfway due to lack of funds.If the CM also pays attention to these projects, especially the Shivaji Stadium and the Civil Enclave, the people of Agra will not feel left out. .