A large number of women of the state tied rakhi to CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, the Chief Minister appreciated the contribution of mother power in the development of the state.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has congratulated the people of the state on Raksha Bandhan. On Wednesday, on the eve of Raksha Bandhan, a large number of women of the state tied rakhi to the Chief Minister at the Chief Minister’s residence and Chief Sevak Sadan auditorium and wished him a long life. The Chief Minister said that the festival of Rakhi is a symbol of the sacred relationship of brother and sister. The festival communicates zeal and enthusiasm in life along with mutual brotherhood. Festivals are our identity. Festivals play an important role in maintaining the ancient culture.
The Chief Minister said that our mother power has a big role in the development of the state. Our mothers and sisters have also contributed a lot in breaking the myth of the same party not forming the government for the second time in the state.
The Chief Minister said that the standard of living of the women of the state should be high and we are constantly striving to bring revolutionary changes in their lives. He said that a committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai, the symbol of mother power, to implement Uniform Civil Code in the state. With the arrangement to provide three gas cylinders to poor women in the state, old age pension to both the old husband and wife has been increased from Rs.1000 to Rs.1500 per month. The honorarium of environment friends has been made 500.
He said that it is our endeavor to make Uttarakhand drug free and corruption free state. For this, formation of Anti-Narcotics Cell and restructuring the structure of Vigilance, 1064 No. has been issued for complaints.
The Chief Minister said that for effective implementation of development schemes and speedy resolution of public problems, work is being done with the goal of simplification, solution and solution and resolution without option. He said that efforts are being made by all the departments and institutions in view of the action plan set by all the departments and institutions to make Uttarakhand a leading and ideal state in the year 2025, for which a road map has also been prepared.
The Chief Minister said that on the 75th anniversary of independence, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we are celebrating Amrit Mahotsav. Amrit Mahotsav, dedicated to the great freedom fighters and martyred brave soldiers, is also a pledge for a new India, a self-reliant India. The tricolor fluttering from house to house is giving the message of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat to the world. He said that efforts have been made to make our young generation aware of the courage and valor of the known and unknown fighters who laid down their lives for the freedom of the country. After August 15, we will enter the nectar period of independence. On 100 years of independence, the responsibility of giving direction to the country will be on the strong shoulders of our youth.
The Chief Minister said that the farmer should be respected, the poor should be respected, the youth should have opportunities, women should be uplifted, technology should be innovative, India should have a strong identity on the world stage, there should be a permanent solution to the problems of history, all these should be done by the Prime Minister. It is the result of strong will and visionary leadership. He said that the special attachment of the Prime Minister to Uttarakhand is not hidden from anyone. In the last eight years, projects worth more than 1 lakh 50 thousand crores have been approved by the Central Government. Reconstruction of Shri Kedarpuri is the best example of Prime Minister’s vision, leadership and determination. Work is also being done on the master plan of Badrinath Dham.

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