Under the visionary leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh is being looked at in awe not only by the other states but by the other countries as well.
In one such instance, a 23-member delegation of National Defence College (NDC) which consisted of six army officers from Indonesia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Afghanistan, were a mesmerised lot when they visited a government primary school in Bakshi Ka Talab in Lucknow district on Wednesday.
“This is beyond imagination that a government school could look so spick-and-span and well-equipped,” remarked one of the senior members of the delegation.
The foreigners were especially impressed with the work being done by the Yogi government in the state and said they would certainly tell about this back home.
The high-ranking delegation, who is on the official tour of Uttar Pradesh, also visited an Anganwadi centre, and could not resist themselves from heaping praises on the state government.
They were even more impressed that under ‘Operation Kayakalp’, as many as 1.35 lakh government schools will be transformed in the state, out of which, the transformation of over 93,000 schools have already been done. All the classes will be upgraded and will be equipped with modern facilities.