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First Hindu Parliament passes resolution to free Hindu temples from clutches of govt

Tuesday, 14 June 2022 (13:10 IST)
Panaji: The 'First Hindu Parliament,' held as part of the ongoing Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan, on Tuesday passed a resolution that Hindu temples must be freed from the clutches of government and be handed over to the devotees.

After deliberations that lasted two and half hours, the 'Parliament' also passed a resolution that only Hindus should be appointed as functionaries of the temples’, sale of liquor, meat and propagation of other sects should be banned around the temple premises’.

On the second day of the Dasham Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan, ‘Ideal Management of the Temples’ was taken for discussion in 'Hindu Rashtra Parliament'.

During the discussion, the trustees of various temples, devotees, Advocates and devout Hindus studiously expressed their views.

The role of speaker was played by Anil Dhir from Odisha, that of Deputy-speaker by Hindu Janajagruti’s Dharmapracharak Nilesh Singbal and that of secretary by Anand Jakhotia.

While introducing the topic in the beginning, Deputy-speaker Nilesh Singbal said, “Today, the Divine wealth of every temple taken over by the Government is being misused. So that this wealth is used in an appropriate manner, the ideal management of the temples is very important”.

Rampriyashriji, President, Rampriya Foundation, Amaravati, Maharashtra said, “It is necessary that the youth in the country get acquainted with the history of India. To do this, the children, youth should be associated with the temples.”

During the session, Sharad Kulkarni - the PRO of Mangalgraha Seva Sanstha from Amalner, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, H B P Madan Tirmare of Gajanan Maharaj Seva Samiti from Chandur Bazar, Amravati, Maharashtra, and Sudhakar Tak, President of Shri Sant Pachalegaokar Mukteshwar temple, narrated how they manage their temples. (UNI)

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