Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister
Yogi Adityanath defied the 'Noida
jinx' as he landed here this evening to check arrangements ahead of Prime Minister Narendra
Modi's visit on December 25.
There is a superstition that any chief minister
does not return to power.
or Gautam Budh
Nagar district was developed from a cluster of small villages into a prime economic zone of the state, it has been avoided by several past chief ministers.
The superstition began with then chief minister
Veer Bahadur Singh, who was asked to step down in June 1988 by the central leadership. Interestingly, he had just returned from Noida, when he was asked to relinquish office.
Adityanath, who flew to Noida
by a helicopter, landed at a helipad at the Botanical Garden area and went to the Botanical Garden Metro station
where Prime Minister Narendra
Modi will inaugurate the Magenta line of the Delhi
Metro on Monday.
After inspecting the Metro station, Modi would address a public meeting at a private university in Sector 125.
Besides Union minister
Mahesh Sharma, Adityanath will also be present during Modi's Noida
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