Yogi Adityanath’s chopper makes emergency landing in Varanasi after bird hit | Latest News India

Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath visited Varanasi on Saturday to review development work and law and order.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s helicopter has made an emergency land attack in Varanasi after a bird crashed into a helicopter on Sunday. The incident took place as the helicopter flew to Lucknow from the Reserve Police Lines Ground in Varanasi.

Initial reports indicate that the chief ministers have returned to the circuit house. Now they are going to Lucknow by government plane.

Adityanath visited Varanasi on Saturday to review development work and law and order. He was staying overnight in Varanasi and was heading to Lucknow on Sunday morning.

Earlier on Saturday, Adityanath distributed online rural housing documents to 11 lakh families in Lucknow under the Sovereignty Scheme. Adityanath distributed the documents and emphasized the creation of a self-sufficient state at a function held in the hall of the Lok Sabha.

About 2.5 crore people living in UP villages will get these certificates by October next year, he said.

Around 34 lakh people have already benefited from the project, and land surveys will be completed by August on drones in 1,10,300 revenue villages across the state, expediting the issuance of certificates to more people, the official said.

Adityanath thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for launching a countrywide rural housing document two years ago, which he said would help strengthen the rural economy and encourage villagers to become self-reliant in the long run.

(With inputs from PTI)


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