Dehradun : Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, while addressing the Bodhisattva-Vichar Series – E-Samvad program at the Chief Minister’s residence on Thursday, said that for the overall development of Uttarakhand, cultural institutions, pilgrimage, home stay are connected in making Devbhoomi a strong hub of yoga, wellness. People have an important role.
He said that in the larger interest of the state, a series of views of the state’s intellectuals, subject experts, and the people of the diaspora have been organized under this self-reliant Bodhisattva program. So far three series have been organized in this regard. We have benefited from the views of Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Vice-Chairman of NITI Aayog, Dr. K. Vijay Raghavan, Principal Scientific Adviser to the Central Government and many other subject experts. He said that the suggestions and ideas received in this series would be helpful in making Uttarakhand the best and leading state of the country on the occasion of silver jubilee year in 2025, for this a road map of all the departments should be prepared for the next 10 years. Used to be.
The Chief Minister said that there should be good schools in the state, better environment for education, development of health facilities, along with increasing the income resources of the state, how should the expenditure on the development of basic facilities be planned in a planned manner, migration should be stopped, unemployment should be removed. We have to solve these burning problems. He said that government jobs are limited, only this will not remove unemployment. For this initiative has been taken in the direction of self-employment. The process of recruitment to the vacant posts in the Police Department has started. Government jobs are in thousands and unemployment is in lakhs, this topic is for everyone to think about, for this we all have to be cooperative. In this, intellectuals, subject experts, pilgrimage priests, social workers, everyone will have to contribute.
The Chief Minister said that we are making efforts for the welfare of every section of the society. We have started efforts to do all that can be better for overall development. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a Karmayogi. He is constantly reflective for the overall development of the country. After the meeting of the Chief Minister’s Council held in Banaras recently, the way he inspected the works done in Banaras late in the night, he is eager to see his works on the ground. Being an MP, he inspected the works of the city under construction and the plans made.
He said that the country is attaining new dimensions of development under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The reconstruction work of Kedarnath Dham, the construction of a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya and giving a grand appearance to Kashi Vishwanath Dham are examples of this. After Ahilyabai Holkar, Modi ji did the work of revival of Kashi Vishwanath Dham. The work of beautification of Badrinath Dham is also going on. 250 crore plan has been prepared for this. In this way, today under the leadership of the Prime Minister, the work of taking forward the cultural heritage of the country is being done.
The Chief Minister said that the interest of the society is paramount for us. Male service is Narayan service. Everyone lives for himself. As human beings, we have to give the benefit of our knowledge to others so that our society becomes a knowledgeable, energetic society, it is our endeavor to bring the vision of everyone’s ideas to the ground. The elixir that will emerge from this churning of ideas will be helpful in realizing the vision of the state to be among the leading states of the country in 2025. On this occasion, the Chief Minister honored the Principal Mr. Hukum Chand Uniyal as well as other subject experts, who made special contribution in the educational development of the students.
On this occasion, Dr. Sunil Joshi, Vice Chancellor, Uttarakhand Ayurvedic Vishwavidyalaya, told the need to promote Ayush tourism, Yoga and Panchakarma and herb cultivation and processing along with pilgrimage in the state. He said that with his university taking initiative in this direction, attention is being paid to the strength of the biochemical lab. Prof. Devi Prasad Tripathi, Vice Chancellor, Uttarakhand Sanskrit Vidyalaya, talked about promoting Yogatantra and Sankhya Yoga, as well as focusing on the development of Panchakarma Vidya with health consciousness. He said that Uttarakhand is the land of Dev Bhoomi, Yoga Bhoomi as well as the land of Sanskrit. In this land of Bharata, Ved Vyas Kanva and Kalidas, Sanskrit guides can play a big role in conveying the mythological importance of pilgrimage places to the country and the world. He also talked about paying attention to the development of Sanskrit and Veda schools in Uttarakhand so that people of the country come here to study Sanskrit, he also suggested to develop a travel route to Kedarkhand and Manaskhand.
Former Forest Officer Monish Mallick told the need to build more and more homestays on Chardham Yatra routes and other places of interest like Kerala, development of Chal-Khal as well as work in the direction of land conservation. Acharya Bhuvan Chand Uniyal, Dharmadhikari Shri Badrinath Dham said that people demand the soil and water of Panch Prayag of Uttarakhand. He suggested to make arrangements for its availability and to prepare a circuit of Devi temples, Shiva temples, Vishnu temples and to increase the number of rooms in the home stay scheme.
Pandit Vipin Joshi talked about the development of various pilgrimage sites in the state, connecting people with natural places, winter pilgrimage, Chardham and other pilgrimage sites. He also stressed on connecting villages with AYUSH.
Those who expressed their views on this occasion included Dr. Saraswati Kala, Head of Yoga Department, Sri Guru Ram Rai University, Hukum Singh Uniyal, Principal Pre-Secondary School, Dehradun, Dr. Dinesh Joshi, Anil Tomar, Jagdamba Prasad Maithani of Aagaz Foundation, Along with Girija Shankar Joshi, Smt. Prabha Shah Gorkhali Sabha, Dehradun, representatives of Agrawal Samaj, Jain Samaj, Guru Singh Sabha, Maratha Samaj, Bengali Samaj, etc. also gave their suggestions and this initiative taken by the Chief Minister was commendable and the state wide In the interest.
The program was conducted by the Chief Coordinator of the Chief Minister, Prof. By Durgesh Pant. A large number of migrant residents of Uttarakhand, Bhaskar Bhatt, Prahlad Adhikari etc. participated in the program virtually and apprised them of their suggestions and told this initiative of the Chief Minister in the interest of the state.