Yogi Adityanath embraces monarchy by observing two minutes of silence for his heavenly father

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Bangla Hunt Desk: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath continues to perform his duties even after his father's death. He said he would not attend his father's funeral because of the lockdown. He decided not to leave his kingdom during this crisis and to follow the monarchy.

Yogi Adityanath practiced the religion of having children from Lucknow. He met with the corona virus core team at his official residence on Tuesday. At the first of the meeting, he prayed for two minutes in silence with all the senior officials, seeking peace from his heavenly Father's soul.

Then Yogi Adityanath started the meeting to formulate a strategy to fight against Corona. Let me tell you, his father Anand Singh Vala left his last breath at 5: 9am in AIIMS in Delhi yesterday.

This morning, the last function of Anand Singh Vala was completed in his ancestral village in Uttarakhand. Yogi Adityanath was not present at this time. He wrote a letter to his mother on Monday informing her that he could not come. He said, “I was very keen to see my father in the last days, but I could not go on my own duty in the fight against the global epidemic for the 20 million people of Uttar Pradesh.

He said the success of the lockdown and the strategy of losing to Corona prevented him from attending the funeral. At the same time, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath appealed to his mother and family members that they should observe the lockdown and fewer people participate in the funeral.

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