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CM Yogi To Distribute Free Mobiles, Tablets To 1 Lakh Students Today, Ahead of UP Polls

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Aditanath will give free mobiles and tablets to one lakh final year students studying in different streams on Saturday.

CM Yogi will give free mobiles and tablets to one lakh final year youth at Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Bajpayee Ekana Stadium in Lucknow in the first phase. A large number of students from every district of the state will participate in the program.

In the first phase, students of MA, BA, BSc, ITI, MBBS, MD, BTech, MTech, PhD MSME and Skill Development etc., who are studying in the final year, will be given preference.

The Chief Minister has announced to give free mobile and tablet to one crore youth to upgrade them technically. In the first phase, on December 25, he will distribute 60,000 mobiles and 40,000 tablets. Kumar Vineet, Special Secretary, IT and Electronics Department said that more than 38 lakh youth have been registered on the Digi Shakti portal.

Latest, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan garlanded the statue of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and paid him floral tributes on his birth anniversary at the Lok Bhawan.

Hailing the former prime minister, Adityanath said Vajpayee commanded respect and reverence from all leaders cutting across party lines. “His long public life, spanning six decades, was unblemished,” the chief minister said.

According to the state BJP unit, the party is celebrating Vajpayee’s birth anniversary as ‘Good Governance Day.’ Workers and office bearers are taking part in various programmes at the booth level to pay him tributes by holding a discussion on his personality and work.

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