Rashtra Dharma should be above all: Yogi

Rashtra Dharma should be above all: Yogi

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said that "our public life" gives inspiration of one dharma--'Rasthra Dharma' and it should be above all for everyone.

"We do not only have a personal life but a public life also. It gives us inspiration of one Dharma, which is Rastra Dharma. It should be above all for everyone. We all should work in a devoted way," the chief minister said in his Republic Day address at his 5 Kalidas Marg residence.

"We are celebrating 72nd Republic Day and paying respect to our Constitution, which not only gives us fundamental rights but also also reminds us about our duties as a citizen of the country," he said. The chief minister announced free coaching for competitive examinations for youths to utilise their "talent and energy".

"The coaching will be not only be available for NEET, CDS, MBA but also for all the competitive examinations at the country level. We will arrange best faculty for the purpose and even senior officers will also take classes in these coachings and share their experiences," he said. Adityanath said that Indian constitution played a crucial role in the development of the feeling of "unity in diversity" in the country and established India as world's biggest democracies.

"The Constitution gives equal opportunities to all without any discrimination. All citizens of the country felt the power of the Constitution after it was implemented in 1950. It did not encourage discrimination on basis of caste, creed religion, ways of performance, religious beliefs, dressing, and united the country from north to south and east to west," he said.

About the coronavirus management, the chief minister said that Uttar Pradesh was not only appreciated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi but also by the WHO for its effective management.

On farmers, the chief minister said that there were schemes like soil health card, PM agriculture irrigation scheme, Kisan Samman Nidhi in which 2.35 crore farmers of the state were benefited.

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