Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has assured Vice Admiral Ajendra Bahadur Singh, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief (FOC-in-C), Western Naval Command, that the ‘Nausena Shaurya Vatika’, a memorial highlighting the historic affiliation between INS Gomati and Lucknow, can be accomplished rapidly.
The CM’s assurance got here when the FOC-in-C, visited him in Lucknow on Tuesday.
In his interplay with the CM, the senior navy officer additionally highlighted the significance of spreading consciousness concerning the Indian Navy among the many youth of the state.
He additionally and requested the chief minister for rapidly finalising ‘Nausena Shaurya Vatika’.
Earlier than assembly the chief minister, the FOC-in-C, additionally visited attainable websites for building of the memorial together with officers of the state’s tourism division.
The CM assured the senior navy officer of fast completion of the undertaking. He added that moreover enhancing tourism potential, the memorial undertaking would additionally improve publicity to the Indian Navy.
INS Gomati was the final of the Godavari Class Guided Missile Frigate and was decommissioned after 34 years of service to the nation, on Could 28, 2022.
Godavari Class Frigates had been designed fully by Indian Navy’s Directorate of Naval Design and constructed indigenously by Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Restricted (MDL).
INS Gomati, named after river Gomati that flows from Pilibhit until it merges with the Ganga within the state, was commissioned into the Indian Navy on April 16, 1988. The crest depicts ‘Chhattar Manzil’ at Lucknow standing on the banks of the river Gomti, in blue color.