Ranchi: Jharkhand’s political movement has intensified these days due to the decision of the state religious trust board.
Recently, the religious trust board has sent notices to the management of 15 temples in the state and the temple committee. It has been decided to demolish which includes the historic hill temple in the capital Ranchi and the Mahavir temple on Main Road. The temple trust says that the government is trying to do away with the tradition that has been going on for years. According to the current system, the DC and SDO of the district still have the authority as the head of the committee of these temples.
Hindu organisations took out a torch-light procession in the capital Ranchi against the decision of the Hindu Religious Trust Board. People from Hindu organisations believe that the government is deliberately targeting only the Hindu community. Hemant Soren’s government in the state is supported by Congress Party and Rashtriya Janata Dal. Hindu organisations say that the government has formed only the Hindu Religious Trust Board in which temples are being placed in the trust, we are opposing this and Hindu organizations have also raised this question.
The way the temple is being taken under the trust board, will the government also take churches or mosques under the trust board, because of this decision of the government, Sanatan religious people are hurt. In this decision of the Trust Board, the Mahavir Mandir of Ranchi also comes. Speaking to the media, Mahamandaleshwar of Mahavir Mandir said that Mahavir Mandir was built in 1939.
They have been serving in the temple since 1974 but now the decision of the Religious Trust Board will change everything. Political people will come to run the temple. Their aim is to target Sanatan culture. At the same time, Rakesh Sinha, a member of the Hindu Religious Trust Board, says that everything is happening according to the law. The people who have been sitting in the temple committee for years are doing politics for the sake of the temple. The purpose of the new committee that we will form will be the development of the temple.
However, Rakesh Sinha believes that these people have decided to dissolve all the old committees. He feels that the people who were earlier in these committees were more concerned with the temple and also more in politics. were active. But the question arises that the new people who will come, the new committee that will be formed, will not have political people in it, will the people who are associated with politics not have the right to participate in any kind of political activities.