India’s first ‘Amrit Sarovar’  to be inaugurated by Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today

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The first “Amrit Sarovar” in India will be launched on Friday in Patwai, Rampur, Uttar Pradesh, by Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and Uttar Pradesh Jal Shakti Minister Swatantra Dev Singh, according to the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

According to Naqvi, the magnificent “Amrit Sarovar” was built under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s inspiration and the guidance of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

He stated that the participation and collaboration of the general public, locals, as well as the promptness of the Gram Panchayat and the District Administration, played a significant role in the quick opening of this spectacular “Amrit Sarovar.”

According to the minister, the Prime Minister named this “Amrit Sarovar” at Patwai, Rampur, on the “Mann Ki Baat” programme last month.

“I like to learn that following taking the resolution of Amrit Sarovar, work has started on it at many areas at a rapid rate,” PM Modi stated in “Mann Ki Baat.” I learned about Gram Panchayat Patwai in Rampur, Uttar Pradesh. On the Gram Sabha’s territory, there was a pond, but it was filthy and full of waste.”

That filthy pond has been transformed in the last several weeks thanks to a lot of hard work, the aid of local residents, and the help of local school children.” On the banks of that lake, several improvements have been completed, including a retaining wall, boundary wall, food court, fountains, and illumination. The Prime Minister had added, “I congratulate the Patwai Gram Panchayat of Rampur, the inhabitants of the hamlet, and the youngsters there for this endeavour.”

Furthermore, Naqvi added that this “Amrit Sarovar” will not only aid in environmental protection and water conservation, but will also serve as a draw for residents in the surrounding districts.

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