Lakshmi, Ganesha idols or islands will not be brought from China for Diwali: Yogi Adityanath


BanglaHunt Desk: Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, is reluctant to bring Chinese goods by boycotting China due to Corona virus (COVID-19). The Corona virus is rampant around the world. Around 300,000 people worldwide have died from the virus. The Uttar Pradesh government has made an announcement against China for spreading the virus in India.

Happy launch of Rozgar Sangam Online Loan

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister on Thursday inaugurated the Rozgar Sangam Online Loan. With just one click, he launched such a large lending service. Today, he said, the horrors of the corona virus have engulfed everyone around the world. Everyone must be united against this virus.

Worship idols will be taken from the terracotta of Gorakhpur

No idols or lamps will have to be brought from China as worship materials, he said. Even the Gauri-Ganesha idols were brought from China. This time the Uttar Pradesh government also banned it. He said, can't the terracotta of Gorakhpur build this statue? We will show the design, and they will make the idol that way. '

The Yogi government is also reluctant to bring earthen lamps from China

In the first year of the festival of light in Ayodhya, about 51,000 earthen lamps were lit. At that time, these earthen lamps were collected all over Uttar Pradesh. But this time the lamp will no longer be imported from China. The festival will be celebrated with lamps in the middle of the state.

Various industries in the state will prosper

Includes terracotta GI products from Gorakhpur. And this terracotta can produce many times better products than China. The company will one day acquire intellectual property rights as well as global recognition. A large number of flutes are produced in Pilivi and Amroha in Uttar Pradesh. This flute will one day bring success to the whole world. Village farmers have also been given free land. From there they are preparing lamps and other things with soil from that land. And pond water is also being conserved.