CM Yogi goes to a Dalit home, eats food, and suddenly stops- why?

A video of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is going viral, in which he visits a Dalit household, eats with them, and suddenly stops eating. The reason behind this was that Yogi Adityanath was on his visit to Ayodhya, where he also visited the Ram Lalla and Hanuman Garhi.

The purpose was to demonstrate his administration’s commitment to social equality and inclusivity. During his Ayodhya visit, Yogi Adityanath had lunch with a Dalit family. Sharing a meal with the Dalit family and emphasizing his commitment to empowering marginalized communities was a symbol of unity.

During the meal, the person whose house Yogi Adityanath visited mentioned that they had received a pucca (permanent) house under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme). The person named Mani Ram stated that his family and the people of the locality were very happy with Yogi Adityanath’s visit. While Yogi Adityanath was still eating, some people from the locality also arrived.

During the meal, Yogi Adityanath asked all the people about their problems and if they had any difficulties. He assured them that if they had any issues, they could share them with him.

After Yogi Adityanath spoke, some people sitting nearby came forward, and a girl sat in front of him with folded hands. In the video, it can be seen that the girl was visibly distressed. Although she didn’t speak for herself, a woman accompanying her informed Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath about her problem. Yogi Adityanath listened attentively to the girl’s concerns and assured her of assistance.

It is worth mentioning that Yogi Adityanath often holds Janata Darbar’s (public audience sessions) where he regularly interacts with the public. He directly goes among the people, inquiring about their problems, and attempts to resolve them.

Even before becoming Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath maintained direct communication with the public. If anyone had any issues, they could directly approach Yogi Adityanath, and he would listen to the problems of all individuals without any discrimination and work towards finding a solution.

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