Visited Banke Bihari ji, people protesting against the corridor submitted a memorandum. Visited Banke Bihari ji, people protesting against the corridor submitted a memorandum
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During this, former Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma said about the Samajwadi Party and other opposition parties, they reluctantly unite and then their heart breaks when the public rejects them.
Former Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Dinesh Sharma reached Mathura. Here he reached Banke Bihari temple located in Vrindavan and visited Lord Banke Bihari ji. The people opposing the corridor gave a memorandum to the former Deputy Chief Minister who reached Vrindavan demanding not to build the corridor.
Worshiping at Banke Bihari Temple
Former Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Dinesh Sharma reached the religious city of Vrindavan on late Saturday evening. Here he first went to the Banke Bihari temple. Where he had darshan of Lord Banke Bihari ji, the deity of the people. During this, he offered prayers and wished God for prosperity in the country and the state. After having darshan, the goswamis of the temple presented him with Prasadi organ clothes and Prasad.
Former Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma visited Banke Bihari ji and wished for the prosperity of the country and the state.
Meeting with Saints at Tatiya Sthan
After paying obeisance to Banke Bihari ji, the convoy of Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma reached the ancient place of Tatia situated on Parikrama Marg. Here the former Deputy Chief Minister met saints and sages living in natural environment. Dinesh Sharma, who stayed in Tatiya place for about half an hour, was seen completely painted in spiritual colour.
Those opposing the corridor said do not spoil the nature of Vrindavan
Locals opposing the corridor handed over a memorandum to former Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma during his visit to Vrindavan. Through the memorandum, the protesters suggested Dinesh Sharma to control the crowd, and demanded not to spoil the mythological form of Vrindavan. People used to say that when there will be no alleys here then what will be the importance of this city.
People opposing the corridor gave memorandum to Dinesh Sharma who reached Vrindavan
Chief Minister Saint understands everyone’s feelings: Dinesh Sharma
Dinesh Sharma, who interacted with the media during his visit to Vrindavan, said that beautification is being done at places of religious importance in the state. The Chief Minister is a saint, he will not allow the loss of any saint, panda society and businessman. Dinesh Sharma said that arrangements will be made in such a way that the devotees do not face any problem in visiting and all will be taken care of.
On reaching Vrindavan, local BJP leaders welcomed him by wearing a patka.
The opposition is upset because of the defeat
During this, former Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma, who came on a religious tour, said about the Samajwadi Party and other opposition parties, they reluctantly unite and then their heart breaks when the public rejects them. These people sometimes burn religious books, sometimes insult saints, sometimes say that Ram will not kill Parinda on the birthplace, they do all this because they are distressed because of their losing streak.