UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Orders All Govt Primary Schools To Remain Open On 17 Sept To Mark PM Modi's Birthday

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In a rather unusual move, the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh is forcing all the government primary schools in the state to remain open on the 17th of September, a Sunday Public Holyday to Celebrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Birthday.

Not only just that, it has been made mandatory for all the students to attend the celebrations on Sunday compulsorily. At their school, on a public holiday Sunday they will have to listen to their local MLA, who has adopted the school the PM's message on Swachh Bharat.

The MLA will also distribute sweets among the students. The BJP state spokesperson Chandramohan said PM Modi was an inspiration for all. "Heis a perfect icon for the Children because he has led a life full of hardship and today he is the most powerful man in the world's largest democracy," he said.

Not just the UP Government even the Union ministry of Human Resource Development sent a Directive to all the Higher Education Institutions to observe 'cleanliness fortnight' from September 1st to 15th.

The Government has also announced a nationwide essay competition on 'What I can do for a clean India', as well as a short film competition.

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