CBSE 10th topper Diya Namdev has called the Yogi model of women’s safety, empowerment and self-reliance brilliant. Diya has said that in the Yogi government, there is no fear in coming out of the house at night.
Diya Namdev, who created history by scoring 100 per cent marks in CBSE 10th board examination, has called the Yogi model of women’s safety, empowerment and self-reliance brilliant.Diya has said that there was a time when daughters used to be afraid to come out of the house after dusk, but now there is no fear in the Yogi government.Diya Namdev, a resident of Mohalla Maniharan in Shamli city, had come to the Chief Minister’s residence on Monday along with her mother Babita, father Pushpendra and Principal Ashu Tyagi to meet CM Yogi.
After meeting the Chief Minister, Diya told that CM Yogi congratulated her for her excellent result in the board examination and motivated her to face the challenges of future life with determination. Diya told the CM that she wants to study engineering further, for which she has also started preparations.On this, the Chief Minister also assured Diya of providing all possible help.
Very impressed with the personality of the Chief Minister, Diya said that meeting CM Yogi is like a dream come true. He is an inspiration to crores of youth.Meeting him today became a memorable day for his entire family.During the conversation, the CM also inquired about his father’s livelihood and the financial condition of the house and congratulated the mother, father and the school principal for the success of Diya.
Let us tell you that Diya’s father Pushpendra works as a cook for weddings and other functions.Congratulating the promising Diya on her grand success, the Chief Minister said that meritorious daughters like Diya Namdev are the future of Uttar Pradesh. The government will make every effort to make their dreams come true.
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