Monday, December 11, 2023

Government’s policy is discriminatory on Chhath ghats: Jamshedpur BJP

Jamshedpur The BJP has strongly opposed the guidelines issued by the Jharkhand government in view of Mahaparva Chhath of public faith. As soon as the guideline was released, BJP workers in social media and newspapers demanded an amendment in the directive issued against the Jharkhand government.
In the same sequence, on Tuesday, BJP workers protested symbolically by standing in the river at Swarnarekha Ghat in Mango. Activists led by BJP Jamshedpur metropolitan president Gunjan Yadav, standing amidst knee-deep water in the Swarnarekha river, demanded the withdrawal of the Tughlaqi decree. Activists standing in the river held posters in their hands, shouting anti-government slogans.At the same time, BJP Metropolitan President Gunjan Yadav said that the coalition government led by Hemant Soren is playing the politics of appeasement and playing with the faith of Hindus. He said that when the activists and MLAs of the ruling party are opposing this decision with the BJP, it is beyond comprehension that under whose pressure Chief Minister Hemant Soren has taken this decision. Hemant Sarkar is also running away from his responsibilities in the festival according to his style of work.
He said that this government’s decree is completely like Tughlaq and irrelevant. The government could have imposed rules for crowd control and number of people at the ghat and social distancing, but banning Chhath at ponds and local ghats, including reservoir, is a disgrace to the common man. He said that if the government does not amend the instructions, then there will be no solicitation, Chhath Puja will be done directly at the ghat.During this time Bari Murmu, Sudhansh Ojha, Sanjeev Sinha, Rakesh Singh, Anil Modi, Prem Jha, Dharmendra Prasad, Tridev Chatraj, Sandeep Sharma Bobby, Sanjay Singh, Chanchal Chakraborty, Ajay Singh, Rocky Singh were present

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