CM Yogi inaugurated the G-20 conference
CM Yogi inaugurated the G-20 conference:-
CM Yogi inaugurated the G-20 conference and said- UP represents India’s heritage Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (CM Yogi Adityanath) inaugurated the G-20 Conference in the capital Lucknow on Monday. During this, the Chief Minister also inaugurated the exhibition organized at The Centrum Hotel. During this, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that all the delegates who came to G20 are welcome. UP has the best water resources. The country is moving forward under the leadership of PM Modi. The prestige of the country has increased on the global stage.
CM Yogi said that Uttar Pradesh is the biggest state. UP represents India’s heritage. UP has also been the best in Covid management. We are providing food grains to 15 crore people of the state. Along with the transparent system, they are working to bring changes in the lives of the citizens.
The Chief Minister said that two crores of seven lakh farmers are getting the Prime Minister’s, Samman Nidhi. The scholarship is being provided to one crore students within the state. Digital technology is the need of the day. To make the youth technically competent, the work of providing tablets and smartphones is going on.
He said that the country is moving forward under the guidance of Modi. India’s prestige has increased on the global stage. It is a fortunate moment for the country to chair the G-20. You have come to this G-20 meeting in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, we welcome you.
Let us inform you that the G-20 meeting is being organized on the theme of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. Economic issues, as well as digital public infrastructure, cyber security, and digital skilling, will be discussed in the G20 meeting. The population and GDP of G-20 countries are also good. Stalls of the Government of India, Make My India, Aadhaar, Telecom, and UP Government have been set up here. Foreign guests will be informed about the development works of the Uttar Pradesh government. This will be followed by a workshop on Digital Public Infrastructure.