Varanasi News: CM Yogi reached school as a master, took classes for children; Chief Minister started smiling after hearing the answer
Varanasi, Jagran correspondent. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who reached Atal Residential School on Monday to review the preparations for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Kashi on September 23, was seen in the role of a teacher and guardian of the children. Along with seeing the construction of the school and the facilities provided to the students, he also examined the educational qualifications of the children admitted through the entrance examination. As a guardian, he placed his hand on his head and blessed him to study diligently and progress in life.
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CM Yogi took information
Yogi’s helicopter landed in the school premises at Karsada at 5.45 pm. After inspecting the premises he reached the classroom. The children welcomed him by clapping. While talking, took information about the education of the children. These children, selected through the entrance examination, were also asked about the words written in English on the digital sign board in the class. Took information about his relatives, studies in school, accommodation, food and drink etc.
CM Yogi asked questions to children
CM Yogi asked the children whether they miss home or not. In response, the children said that they miss home. But here one gets to play along with studies and teachers also give chocolates. After hearing such answers from the children, CM Yogi started smiling. After this, the Chief Minister also visited the computer class, Physics, Chemistry, Biology lab, library and planted saplings in the campus. Yogi also inspected the international cricket stadium being built in Ganjari and the venue of PM’s public meeting. The Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of the stadium. After this, the Chief Minister held a meeting with the officials at the Circuit House and reviewed the preparations. After worshiping Kalbhairav and Srikashi Vishwanath, he left for Lucknow.
Met the children who met the Prime Minister
28 students from different classes of Atal Residential School will participate in the program organized at Prime Minister Modi Rudraksh Convention Centre. PM can talk to some of these children. The Chief Minister also interacted with these students. Garima, Aakriti, Ansh Singh, Rameshwari told that it was very nice to meet the Chief Minister of their state. Now we will also get an opportunity to see the Prime Minister closely. Till now we have been watching them only on TV.
Posted By Narendra Sanwariya
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