“No one can question my faith”: CM Yogi Adityanath at Ayodhya

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Aditya Nath brought Ayodhya to the forefront with a grand religious-cultural spectacle on the occasion of Diwali.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath slammed the opposition on Thursday for criticizing the grand Diwali celebrations which took place in the temple town of Ayodhya, yesterday.

Adityanath hit out at his political rivals and averred that no one possess the right to question his faith.

“This is my personal faith and how can opposition interfere in this?” Adityanath said.

As the CM, it is my duty to be committed towards development of every place of the state. Believers come to Ram Janmabhoomi from everywhere in the world. It is my job to ensure their security. I personally have faith in this so how can the opposition have an issue with it?

The Chief Minister further asserted that another reason why he came to Ayodhya was to monitor the preparations needed to handle the thousands of devotees who throng the temple town on the occasion of Diwali.

“As the Chief Minister of the state, it is my duty and I am committed towards development of every place of the state,” he added.

After offering prayers at a temple in Ayodhya, Adityanath said that he has also come to Ayodhya to pray for the peace, security, and welfare of the state.

Adityanath offered prayers at Hanumangarhi Temple, Sugreev Temple and Ram Janam Bhumi in Ayodhya.

Later in the day, the Chief Minister will celebrate the festival of light in Gorakhpur, which is his constituency.

Source: ANI

Edited by: Manogna