MoU signed with NTPC for Solid Waste Management plant: CM Yogi

Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh) [India], October 16 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday said that for the Solid Waste Management Plant an MoU has been signed with NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation).

At the foundation stone laying ceremony of a Solid Waste Management Plant, UP CM Yogi Adityanath said, “An MoU has been signed with NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation). This is a very important step for urban development and making Gorakhpur a smart city.”

“Solid waste from all civic bodies of Gorakhpur would be treated in the plant that is going to be installed by NTPC. Charcoal, CNG and power generation would be done by them,” he added.

Meanwhile, the Uttar Pradesh CM extended his warm wishes to the people of the state on the auspicious occasion of Shardiya Navratri.

During the nine-day Navratri festival, devotees worship Maa Durga’s nine incarnations in order to obtain her blessings. There is a goddess manifestation linked with each day of Navratri.

People maintain ritualistic fasts, recite shlokas dedicated to each goddess, wear new clothing, offer bhog, and clean their homes during these nine days.

In their prayers, they ask the goddess for her favour in order to have prosperous, joyous, and fulfilled lives.

Over the next nine days, devotees offer their prayers to Goddess Durga and observe fasts.

The festival of Navratri honours the defeat of the demonic Mahishasura and the triumph of good over evil. The 10th day of Sharad Navratri is celebrated as Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami.

Ramlila is organised extensively during Navratri in North India, particularly in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh. During the Ramlila, the tale of Lord Ram’s triumph over Ravana is acted out.

Numerous dances, including Garba and Dandiya Raas, are performed during the nine-day festival. While Dandiya Raas involves dancing with dandiya sticks to the beat of the music, Garba is a traditional dance in which participants clap their hands and move in a circle while making rhythmic gestures. The effigies of Ravana are burned on Dussehra to commemorate the triumph of good over evil. (ANI)


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