On the second day of Almora’s stay, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat saw the Golju devta. He reached the temple of Chitai Goljew Deity in the morning and prayed and prayed for the prosperity of the state.
After that, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat will reach Pauri district on 28 and 29 January on a two-day visit. According to the information received from the district administration, CM will reach NIT Helipad Srinagar from Chowkutia airstrip on Thursday, 28 January.
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat will inaugurate newly built joint hospital
Here, he will inaugurate the newly constructed Joint Hospital of 52 beds and also unveil the statue of famous painter Maularam. After this, CM Trivendra Singh Rawat will leave Pauri from NIT helipad.
The CM will dedicate the Kandolia Park to the public by worshiping at the Kandolia temple at 5:30. On Friday, he will hold a meeting of BJP workers at Sanskriti Bhavan auditorium at around 10 am. After this, Teka Road will participate in the cherry blossom plantation program at Pauri.
Activists should make the government’s work public: Trivendra
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat called in Almora that the workers should make public the work done by the government in the public interest. The government is laying a network of roads to every village. Work is being done to create a corruption-free state.
In the meeting of BJP workers at Circuit House, CM said that the government is working fast to provide all basic facilities to the public including education, health, drinking water, electricity. The public is getting the benefit of the public welfare schemes of the government.
Make the achievements of worker government accessible to the public. Also, work to provide benefits of government schemes to the needy. He said that the workers should also get ready for the 2022 assembly elections.