Whether government of Yogi Aditya Nath will take action on the corruption of L.D.A.?

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  संदर्भ संख्या : 60000210036255 , दिनांक - 24 Feb 2021 तक की स्थिति आवेदनकर्ता का विवरण : शिकायत संख्या :- 60000210036255 आवेदक का नाम - Yogi M P Singh विषय - An application under Article 51 A of the constitution of India. संदर्भ संख्या : 60000210010604 , दिनांक – 13 Feb 2021 तक की स्थिति आवेदनकर्ता का विवरण : शिकायत संख्या :-60000210010604 आवेदक का नाम - Yogi M P Singh In the aforementioned matter, an arbitrary report submitted by the public authority Lucknow Development Authority even when the matter concerns the deep rooted corruption. Detail attached to grievance to take appropriate action in the matter as requires under the law. If necessary contact me on my my mobile number-7379105911. Please adopt cogent approach in the matter. प्रकरण का सम्बन्ध उ 0 प्र 0 सरकार से नहीं है महोदय यह शब्द और वाक्य यह बता रहे है की उत्तर प्रदेश में कानून का राज्य नहीं है क्यों की हर नौकरशाह अपने आप की नौकर तो समझता ही नहीं है

Yogi We worship Goddess Lakshmi for wealth and these verses we must listen


Our motive is to spread religious sentiments in the society and lessen the jealousy and enhance universal brother hood among people. I am a crusader against growing corruption in the system. Lakshmi is the consort of the god Vishnu. She is one of the most popular goddesses of Hindu mythology and is known as the goddess of wealth and purity. The meaning and significance of Lakshmi evolved in ancient Sanskrit texts. Lakshmi is mentioned once in Rigveda, in which the name is used to mean 'kindred mark, sign of auspicious fortune'. भद्रैषां लक्ष्मीर्निहिताधि वाचि bhadraiṣāṁ lakṣmīrnihitādhi vāci "an auspicious fortune is attached to their words" —Rig Veda, x.71.2 —translated by John Muir In Atharva Veda, transcribed about 1000 BCE, Lakshmi evolves into a complex concept with plural manifestations. Book 7, Chapter 115 of Atharva Veda describes the plurality, asserting that a hundred Lakshmis are born with the body of a mortal at birth, some good, Punya ('virtuous') and auspicious, while others bad, paapi ('evil') and unfortunate. The good are welcomed, while the bad urged them to leave. The concept and spirit of Lakshmi and her association with fortune and the good is significant enough that Atharva Veda mentions it in multiple books: for example, in Book 12, Chapter 5 as Punya Lakshmi. In some chapters of Atharva Veda, Lakshmi connotes the good, an auspicious sign, good luck, good fortune, prosperity, success, and happiness.

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  1. भद्रैषां लक्ष्मीर्निहिताधि वाचि
    bhadraiṣāṁ lakṣmīrnihitādhi vāci

    "an auspicious fortune is attached to their words"

    —Rig Veda, x.71.2 —translated by John Muir

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