Devasthanam Board meeting today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Dhami,big decision expected

Let us tell you that in this matter, the pilgrims in all the four dhams including Gangotri, Yamunotri are protesting strongly against the government

Devasthanam Board meeting today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Dhami,big decision expected

A meeting of the Devasthanam Board will be held on Friday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami. It is expected that a major decision can be taken in this meeting. The meeting will be held in Dehradun. After that, it will be decided what decision the government takes on the Devasthanam Board.

Performing pilgrimages in the four dhams

Let us tell you that, the pilgrims in all the four dhams including Gangotri, Yamunotri are protesting strongly against the government in this matter.

Now there will be a cross fight against Devasthanam Board

The movement of pilgrims in Kedarnath regarding the Devasthanam Board continues for the 34th day. Slogans are being raised in the Kedarnath temple premises. Accusing the government of neglect, they also talked about a fight at the village level against the board.

Even after the rally demonstration, the government did not take heed

The pilgrims under the leadership of Acharya Sanjay Tiwari said that the government has not taken care even after the rally demonstration against the Devasthanam Board. Now, a fight will be fought over the dissolution of the board. He has accused the administration and the board of neglecting the pilgrims and rights holders.

Here Kedar Sabha President Vinod Shukla, General Secretary Kubernath Posti, Rajkumar Tiwari, etc. say that the Devasthanam Board will not be accepted under any circumstances. Even after apprising the government through delegation several times in the past, a steadfast attitude is being adopted, due to which the government will have to bear the brunt in the upcoming elections. Rishi Awasthi, Ram Prasad, Praveen Tiwari, Ankur Shukla, Naveen Shukla were among those who protested in Kedarnath.