Uttar Pradesh Celebrates Foundation Day with Inclusive “People’s Parliament” for the First Time”


The Uttar Pradesh Foundation Day, which marks the formation of the state of Uttar Pradesh in India, was celebrated with public participation for the first time. The event was organized by the state government and was held on January 24th at the Kalidas Natya Mandap in Lucknow, the state capital.

The event was attended by a large number of people from across the state, including government officials, politicians, and members of the public. The celebration included cultural programs, such as music and dance performances, as well as speeches from government leaders.

The chief guest of the event was the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, who highlighted the achievements of the state government in various fields, such as education, healthcare, and infrastructure development. He also announced various new initiatives and projects for the development of the state.

One of the highlights of the event was the public participation, which was organized for the first time in the form of a “People’s Parliament” where citizens were invited to participate and put forward their suggestions and ideas for the development of the state. This initiative was widely appreciated as it provided an opportunity for citizens to have their voices heard and be a part of the decision-making process.

The Uttar Pradesh Foundation Day celebration ended with a spectacular fireworks display, which was enjoyed by the attendees. The event was widely covered by media and praised for the public participation initiative.

The fourth largest state of India is Uttar Pradesh and lies in the north-central part of India. The capital of Uttar Pradesh is Lucknow, and Uttar Pradesh came into existence on 24 January 1950, when the governor-general of India renamed United Provinces as Uttar Pradesh with the United Provinces Order 1950, which was passed by the governor-general of India.


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