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Ram Mandir construction to start ‘soon’ in Ayodhya, says Yogi Adityanath

The Government plans to remove all the hurdles and start the construction soon regarding Ram Temple in Ayodhya

Yogi Adityanath

Raipur, Feb 14, 2017: BJP MP Yogi Adityanath told media that the obstacles in the way of the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya will be gradually removed and its construction will start “soon”.

Chhattisgarh was supposedly Lord Ram’s ‘nanihal’; the maternal home of his mother Kaushlya. According to ‘jyotishi manyata’ (astrology), when the Lord will decide to settle at his ‘nanihal’, it would automatically pave the way for the construction of a (Ram) temple (in Ayodhya), mentioned PTI

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“The hurdles on the path of construction of a grand Ram temple will be gradually removed and its construction will soon start in Ayodhya,” he also mentioned.

The Lok Sabha MP from Gorakhpur was interacting with reporters on the sidelines of the inaugural ceremony of a Ram temple which is constructed on the VIP Road on the outskirts of state capital Raipur.

The 44-year-old Lok Sabha MP’s comments on Ram temple in Ayodhya came ahead of the upcoming Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh.

According to Adityanath, every section of society should march together for nation-building with the lessons from Ramayana and Lord Ram’s life and sacrifices.

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” The Life of Maryada Purushottam Ram (one who epitomes righteousness and virtue) was spent establishing social harmony and equality. Likewise, for nation-building, there is a visible need to take every section of the society, including Dalits, vanvasis (tribals) and other backward castes and communities, together.

“Our biggest responsibility is to embrace our brothers (people from socially oppressed sections) and establish harmony in society,” he added.

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Other honorable guests at the occasion included the dignified presence of personalities like Chhattisgarh Governor Balramji Das Tandon and Chief Minister Raman Singh, among others.

– prepared by Durba Mandal of NewsGram. Twitter: @dubumerang

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Yogi Adityanath Government in Uttar Pradesh Offering Cows for Adoption

The state government will pay a sum of Rs 30 per day to the person who adopts a cow for maintenance

Yogi Adityanath, Government, Uttar Pradesh
This is being done to check the growing problem of stray cows. Pixabay

The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh is now offering cows for adoption. This is being done to check the growing problem of stray cows.

The state government will pay a sum of Rs 30 per day to the person who adopts a cow for maintenance. People living in semi-urban and rural areas can adopt up to four stray cows, bulls and calves.

The scheme called the ‘Nirashrit/Besahara Govansh Sahbhagita Yojana’ was introduced on August 8 for management of stray cattle, but the execution order was issued on September 9.

The response has been overwhelming with the Lucknow administration having received 1,500 applications by Wednesday evening.

Yogi Adityanath, Government, Uttar Pradesh
The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh is now offering cows for adoption. Pixabay

Chief veterinary officer Tej Singh Yadav said, “We have received 1,500 adoption applications, mostly from farmers and landless daily wage earners. The scheme will add to their income and will help control stray cattle, responsible for damaging crops in villages and causing accidents in city.”

Of the 24,940 animals caught so far in Lucknow district, 9,079 have been ear-tagged and are available for adoption.

Over 4,400 are available with Lucknow Municipal Corporation (LMC), followed by 895 in Mohanlalganj, 833 in Maal and 789 in Malihabad blocks in the state.

According to LMC director (animal welfare) Arvind Rao, “The process of verification is underway and we will hand over the animals to deserving applicants in 15 days.”

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The state veterinary department will also conduct regular inspection of foster homes. “If an animal is sick, the owner will have to inform the department, which will arrange for free treatment. However, in case of death, a postmortem will be done to ascertain the cause and action will be taken if there is a foul play,” he explained.

Officials denied that Rs 30 per day was insufficient to feed a cow and said that non-crop fields on the outskirts of the city would allow foster homes to easily feed the adopted animal. The money can be saved. It will be an additional source of income for the poor families, they said.

The animals are being ear-tagged for easy identification if abandoned after adoption. “(IANS)