Chhath Puja 2022: CM Yogi will take part, trains coming from Delhi fully packed

Publish Date: 28 Oct, 2022 |
 
People are already awaiting the four-day Chhath Mahaparv  (Chhath Puja 2022). On October 28, Nahay Khai will mark the beginning of Chhath Mahaparv. On October 31, Arghya will be offered to the rising sun. Regarding Chhath, a sizable gathering can be seen at the railway station. From New Delhi Railway Station to Anand Vihar Railway Station, people are swarming. The railways have also taken the necessary preparations in light of the large number of people. However, there are thousands of such travellers outside the train station who are furious about not receiving tickets or confirmation.

CM Yogi to attend the Chhath Puja in Lucknow

The capital of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, will also celebrate Chhath, one of the highly awaited festivals of the year with much enthusiasm. Yogi Adityanath, the state's chief minister, will take part in this. In a total 110 places have been cleaned up for Chhath Puja this year in Lucknow. . CM Yogi and several other ministries will participate in the festivities on October 30.

Trains coming from delhi overloaded

The railways have also taken the necessary preparations in light of the large number of people. However, there are thousands of such travellers outside the train station who are furious about not receiving tickets or confirmation. Trains coming from Delhi are witnessing a large crowd all willing to go home during the festival.
Let us inform you that, in addition to UP, Bihar is also undergoing extensive Chhath preparations. This arrangement involves every administrative worker in the state. By visiting the Ganga Ghats in the state capital of Patna, the state's Chief Minister is personally evaluating the arrangements. The Bihar government has urged the Railways to quickly boost the number of special trains arriving in Bihar.

 

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