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WorldAsiaEducation is a means to understand the feelings of the people of the society: Yogi Adityanath.

Education is a means to understand the feelings of the people of the society: Yogi Adityanath.

Lucknow. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said that education is the means to understand the sentiments of the people of the society.The Chief Minister on Tuesday attended the ‘Yuva Sangam’ program of ‘Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat Yojana’ at his official residence here at IIT Palakkad. Interacting with 45 students from Kerala and Lakshadweep, said that ‘Education is the means to understand the sentiments of the people of the society. ,

The Chief Minister said, “Many of you must have come to Uttar Pradesh for the first time, be it from any state, but their feeling will be of love for the country. When the country is in trouble, all the states stand united. ”An official statement issued here said that the Chief Minister first got introduced to all the teachers and students. Out of 45 youth delegation, 35 are students from Kerala and 10 from Lakshadweep. There were 25 boys and 20 girls among them.

Yogi Adityanath gave him important tips for a successful life. Along with interacting with the students, the Chief Minister also answered their questions. The Chief Minister said that with the inspiration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Ministry of Education has started this innovative experiment (Yuva Sangam) and Kerala, where you have come from, has been working for years. Earlier Shankaracharya also came and he established four Maths.

Adityanath said that you have seen Uttar Pradesh and like Kerala, Uttar Pradesh also represents the cultural heritage of the country. He said, “It is the largest state in the country in terms of population. There are six crore Muslim population here. Despite this, there is neither curfew nor riot here. He told the students, “Till six years ago, there was no such situation here, violence used to happen on religious occasions, people used to migrate, but in six years we tried to change it.”

According to the statement, the students very eagerly posed questions to the Chief Minister. Responding to a question, the Chief Minister said, “We keep service on priority. Dharma means duty. We have increased duty by connecting it with service, so Uttar Pradesh is moving fast on the path of development by respecting the heritage.

It is noteworthy that this group of 45 students has come to Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Prayagraj from May 26 to 31 to know about educational, cultural exchange and tourism. On this occasion, the Chief Minister also presented the products of ODOP to the students and representatives present.

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