CM Yogi welcomes people to Holi
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath extended warm greetings and best wishes to the people of the state on the occasion of Holi on Wednesday.
The chief minister said that Holi is the main festival of the Indian tradition of Sanatan. “May this holiday, a symbol of social equality, harmony and cheerfulness, be a good omen for the whole society and people of the state,” he said. Yogi Adityanath said the long series of festivals and celebrations was an example of India’s ancient glorious tradition. According to him, in the Sanatan tradition, festivals were also a time of inspiration, cheerfulness and strengthening of nationality. He said that by giving religious recognition to significant events of change in society and the nation in the form of festivals, the wise tradition of the country has provided the basis of inspiration and light for the next generation.
The chief minister said the Holi festival inspires people to fight against negative tendencies like unfairness, lies and unfairness. He said, “There is no place for mourning and anguish in our festivals, but these festivals symbolize joy, as well as enthusiasm. We must all maintain the purity and dignity of our parties. From this point of view, no such work should be done, which destroys the dignity of the holidays.
Giving his eternal best wishes to the people of the state for the holiday of harmony and cheerfulness, the Chief Minister said that the Holi festival should be celebrated in a cordial and dignified manner. The Chief Minister called on people to follow the protocol of COVID-19 in all programs organized on the occasion of Holi.