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Ramdev becomes first guest to meet Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath at his new residence

Today:- Lucknow, March – Spiritual leader-turned-entrepreneur Baba Ramdev was the first guest at the new residence of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Ramdev met Yogi Adityanath at his residence 5, Kalidas Marg on Wednesday, hours after the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister moved into his new house. After the meeting, Ramdev tweeted a picture of him with Yogi Adityanath.
Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday moved into his new house – 5, Kalidas Marg – the official residence of the Chief Minister of the state after a puja and havan were performed last week by priests to purify the house before he moves in. Yogi Adityanath was sworn in as the 21st Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh on March 19, but was staying at the VVIP Guest House as wanted to enter the CM bungalow only after prayers and purification rituals were conducted. According to a report on a TV channel , Pravir Shastri, who performed the rituals right outside the gate of the residence of UP CM last week, is a part of the team of the ashram which is headed by the UP CM himself. Shastri, on performing the rituals, urged people to not to see this in a religious manner, and said that it was just a Vaastu ritual, which is done before anyone shifts to a new home. He said, “This ritual is all about faith and everyone conducts such kind of Puja before shifting or entering into a new house.”Reports say seven priests from Gorakhpur and Allahabad were called to conduct the purifying rituals at the Chief Minister’s residence. Yogi had reportedly decided to move into his new house at an auspicious time. He moved in to his house today, the second day of the Navratri.
Meanwhile, earlier during the day, Ramdev also backed Yogi Adityanath government’s crackdown on illegal slaughterhouses. “Anything illegal should be checked, whether it is slaughterhouses, sand mining or anything else. There is nothing wrong in that,” he said as quoted by an agency.

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