Appeal to the Prime Minister to save the Achleshwar Temple – He calls on the Prime Minister to save the Achleshwar Temple

Alok Yagnik, the president of the metropolis of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, asked the prime minister to save the Achaleshwar Mahadev temple from collapse. In a letter to the prime minister, Yagnik said that on the night of May 19, a large part of the Achleshwar temple in Akhal Sarovar with many statues collapsed. The soil that supported this part of the temple was removed by the municipal body.
. Due to the ground removed by heavy rains, part of the temple collapsed due to lack of support. A 3.3 foot long plate of the floor of the remaining portion of the temple sways in the air. It doesn’t have a floor or base to support it. If it rains for some time, the sanctum sanctorum of the temple and the main part of the stupa and dome of the Achleshwar temple in the lake will also collapse. The VHP President has asked the Chief Minister to immediately support the hanging part of the wind in the direction of Akhal Sarovar with sand-filled sacks or some other form. Otherwise, there will be fear of being spoiled by the heavy rains due to the mistake of the city corporation. He has asked the Chief Minister to take immediate action so that possible losses can be eliminated in good time.
BJP calls temple-temple for votes and then forgets: Vivek Bansal
On Friday, Vivek Bansal, in charge of Haryana, the All India Congress Committee, reached Akhal Talab to see the Akhaleshwar Mahadev Temple being damaged by rain. He said that in beautifying the Akhal Sarovar on behalf of Smart City, no care is being taken to protect the temples around it.
Careless soil is dug from the edges. This weakens the foundation of the temples. This is the Bharatiya Janata Party’s sense of responsibility towards temples that comes out as negligence. He said that BJP calls the temple temple to get votes but afterwards forgets. Hundreds of ancient temples such as Achaleshwar Mahadev await renovation in the country. But the BJP government has nothing to do with it.
Former City Councilors Vishnu Agrawal, Dinesh Chand Sharma, Shobhit Agarwal, etc. were present on this occasion

Alok Yagnik, the president of the metropolis of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, asked the prime minister to save the Achaleshwar Mahadev temple from collapse. In a letter to the prime minister, Yagnik said that on the night of May 19, a large part of the Achleshwar temple in Akhal Sarovar with many statues collapsed. The soil that supported this part of the temple was removed by the municipal body.

. Due to the ground removed by heavy rains, part of the temple collapsed due to lack of support. A 3.3 foot long plate of the floor of the remaining portion of the temple sways in the air. It doesn’t have a floor or base to support it. If it rains for some time, the sanctum sanctorum of the temple and the main part of the stupa and dome of the Achleshwar temple in the lake will also collapse. The VHP President has asked the Chief Minister to immediately support the hanging part of the wind in the direction of Akhal Sarovar with sand-filled sacks or some other form. Otherwise, there will be fear of being spoiled by the heavy rains due to the mistake of the city corporation. He has asked the Chief Minister to take immediate action so that possible losses can be eliminated in good time.

BJP calls temple-temple for votes and then forgets: Vivek Bansal

On Friday, Vivek Bansal, in charge of Haryana, the All India Congress Committee, reached Akhal Talab to see the Akhaleshwar Mahadev Temple being damaged by rain. He said that in beautifying the Akhal Sarovar on behalf of Smart City, no care is being taken to protect the temples around it.

Careless soil is dug from the edges. This weakens the foundation of the temples. This is the Bharatiya Janata Party’s sense of responsibility towards temples that comes out as negligence. He said that BJP calls the temple temple to get votes but afterwards forgets. Hundreds of ancient temples such as Achaleshwar Mahadev await renovation in the country. But the BJP government has nothing to do with it.

Former City Councilors Vishnu Agrawal, Dinesh Chand Sharma, Shobhit Agarwal, etc. were present on this occasion

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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