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Yogi Adityanath praises CM Bommai, says ‘Karnataka and UP share strong ties’- Newslength

Bengaluru: Whereas talking at a rally in Karnataka on Thursday September 1, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath acknowledged that Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh share deep relations. Yogi Adityanath was talking to a congregation after inaugurating the ‘SDM Kshemavana,’ a well being and naturopathy retreat centre on town’s outskirts.

“As a Dharmadhikari, Veerendra Heggade (BJP Rajya Sabha member) taught traditional methods of treatment,” Adityanath remarked, including that the ‘Ram Setu’ was created because of the efforts of Bajrang Bali (pointing to Karnataka because the birthplace of Lord Hanuman).

Adityanath praised Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai for his efforts to enhance folks’s lives, saying, “Bengaluru, recognised as an IT powerhouse, is now ready to become a traditional medicine treatment centre. Yoga has brought individuals worldwide together, and a healthy body will lead to greater accomplishments.”

“In Karnataka, our conventional therapy procedures are used. Kshemavana’s establishment in Bengaluru is a boon to the health sector. During the Covid epidemic, the power of Yoga was realised “He continued.

Adityanath additional acknowledged that Bommai is attempting to make Karnataka wealthy and safe. Talking on the event, Bommai acknowledged that Adityanath’s go to to Karnataka is a supply of pleasure for him.

“There’s a link between him and Karnataka. Gurus hold a significant place in both our faith and culture. Adityanath has demonstrated that even a Yogi can be an effective administrator. Anti-people forces are not spared under his authority, but the virtuous people are safeguarded,” Bommai mentioned.

(With IANS inputs)



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