Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath smiled as a nervous Rimjhim, 6, handed him wooden clogs hand-crafted by her deceased father. \u201cMy father had told me that he wanted to gift khadaus to Yogi ji,\u201d the six-year-old was quoted as saying Hindustan Times. Young Rimjhim is the daughter of electricity department worker, Anand Sharma, who died in an accident in November in 2018. The child\u2019s father had crafted wooden clogs for Yogi Adityanath, but died before he could present them for Yogi as a gift. Unfortunately, Rimjhim\u2019s mother too passed away in 2016. The little girl is now looked after by relatives from her mother\u2019s side. Months after her father\u2019s death, the 6-year-old fulfilled his wish; the chief minister sent the child an invite to his house and graciously accepted the wooden clogs from her. READ ALSO | Rs 2000 fine, imprisonment for drinking in public in Goa, Cabinet approves proposal The CM asked the little girl about the clogs to which she replied that it was her father who made them, reported the Hindustan Times. The minister then asked Rimjhim about what her father had said about the clogs and the little girl replied, \u201cHe said he wanted to give it to Yogi Baba.\u201d Yogi Adityanath also inquired about her school, education and family. The Uttar Pradesh CM also announced Rs 5 lakh for Rimjhim and directed the district magistrate to allocate a house in her maternal grandmother\u2019s name under the Prime Minister Awas Yojana (PMAY). He also directed the district magistrate to complete the compensation process so that the grieving family gets it soon.