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JAMMU: On becoming of Yogi Aditya Nath the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, religious heads of various renowned Mathh, temples and religious organisations including Vishwa Hindu Parishad hoped that its long outstanding demand for a Ram temple in Ayodhya will be fulfilled soon.
In the meeting held here at Bawa Kailakh Dev Asthan, the participants expressed hope and full faith that a new Bharat has born and responsibility of growing India is in safe hands of a priest who works tirelessly day and night to stand for the promises made during election campaign and to redress the grievances of the general public without any discrimination of religion, caste, creed etc and a full definition of Ram Raj in UP is going to be established where every community would have equal opportunity in services.
Mahant of Bawa Kailakh Dev Asthan, Thather, Rohit Shastri said unwavering efforts to create a ‘Bhavya’ and ‘Divya’ Bharat would continue.
“The efforts of State as well as Central Government together will leave no stone unturned to fulfill the expectations of people of Uttar Pradesh. The politician-priest with his shaven head and trademark saffron robe is committed to progress Hindutava where every community would have their due share without any hesitation and discrimination,” he added.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad State Vice-President Shakti Dutt Sharma said when UP develops, India develops and the head of government has clear intention to serve UP’s youth and create opportunities for them.
Mahant Rohit Shastri, Bawa Jitto Dev Asthan Mahant Har Dutt, Shakti Dutt Sharma, Swami Hare Ram Dass, Swami Divya Nand, Dr. Chander Mouli Raina and representatives of religious organizations, who were present in the meeting, forwarded a ‘Letter of Appreciation’ to the newly appointed UP Chief Minister and Mahant of Gorakhpur Mathh, Jogi Aditya Nath.
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