CM flags off Haridwar-Ayodhya Aastha special train
The operation of the train will facilitate the devotees of Garhwal and Kumaon region including Haridwar, Rishikesh, Dehradun
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Monday flagged off the Ayodhya-bound Astha Special train from Haridwar railway station. By this train, 1504 pilgrims will reach Ayodhya in the first departure.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister congratulated the operation of the Aastha Special train between Haridwar and Ayodhya and thanked the Prime Minister and the Railway Minister for the operation of the train.
The Chief Minister said that with the operation of this train, Ram devotees of Garhwal and Kumaon region including Haridwar, Rishikesh, Dehradun will be comfortable. He said that how much we all struggled for the Ram temple, now we have got the reward of that struggle in the government led by Prime Minister Ji.
The Chief Minister said that in the movement for Ram temple, there was also offering, there was tarpan, there was struggle and there was also resolve. He said that due to whose sacrifice, sacrifice and struggle this years-old dream came true, whose penance is connected like the foundation in the Ram temple, I bow to all those people, I bow to them.
The Chief Minister said that under the leadership of the Prime Minister, India has created a golden chapter on the banks of Saryu under the guidance of Lord Bhaskar. Now the wait of centuries is over and everyone is eager to see Lord Shri Ram in Ayodhya.
The Chief Minister said that when I was entering the station, it is not possible to describe in words the emotion I was seeing on the faces of Ram Bhakts. All Ram devotees are going to Ayodhya to see the years-old dream come true.
The Chief Minister said that Shri Ram’s temple will become a modern symbol of our culture, a symbol of our eternal faith, a symbol of our national spirit and this temple will also become a symbol of the collective determination power of crores of people. He said that Shri Ram temple will continue to inspire the coming generations with faith, reverence and resolve. The Chief Minister said that we are determined to make Uttarakhand the best state of the country with the blessings of Lord Shri Ram. To achieve this goal, we are constantly moving forward with the mantra of our choiceless resolution and we need your cooperation and support in this goal.
On this occasion, Secretary General Nirvani Ravindra Puri, Mahamandleshwar Rupendra Prakash, Shri Padam Ji, former Cabinet Minister and City MLA Shri Madan Kaushik, former MLA Shri Sanjay Gupta, BJP District President Shri Sandeep Goyal, District General Secretary Shri Vikas Tiwari, District Magistrate Shri Dheeraj Singh Garbyal, Senior Superintendent of Police Shri Pramendra Doval, ADM (Administration) Shri P.L. Shah, DRM Shri Rajkumar, SDM Ajay Veer Singh, SP City Swatanter Kumar Singh, SP Railways Sarita Dobal, Nitin Gautam, Ujjwal Pandit, Jagdish Lal Pahwa and concerned officials and officials were present.