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Cabinet Minister Chaudhary Laxmi Narayan said that a grand corridor will be built from Banke Bihari temple to Yamuna ji.
After the accident in the world famous Banke Bihari temple of Vrindavan, the possibility of building a corridor is now visible. Although the discussion of making the corridor is going on for a long time. Cabinet Minister Laxmi Narayan gave a sign to the discussions about the formation of the corridor.
Government has sought report from district administration on 5 points
In view of the increasing number of devotees in Banke Bihari temple, Additional Chief Secretary Charity Affairs Avneesh Awasthi on behalf of the government has sought a report from the district administration on 5 points. After receiving the letter to the District Officer, the DM sought point-wise information from the Additional Municipal Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, CO Sadar, Tehsildar and Temple Manager at the earliest. However, no official is ready to tell anything about this letter.
Report sought on these points
Administrative sources tell that the five points on which the report has been sought by the government include the status of the temple in the revenue records, the position of the temple in the records of the Municipal Corporation Mathura Vrindavan, the details of the electricity connection, due to the increasing number of devotees, they are in sight. Comment has been sought to resolve the problems arising and the area of the temple and the opening time of the temple on normal days.
The administration has sought information from revenue, municipal officials and temple management.
Manager sought information from Goswamis
After the information sought by the government, information was sought by sending a letter to the temple manager on behalf of the district administration. After this, the temple manager asked all the goswamis for information by issuing a letter on the report sought by the government on 5 points. According to the information, on August 4, the government wrote a letter to the district administration. On 6 August, the district administration wrote a letter to the temple management and other officials seeking information. The temple management on 7 August sought a report from the Goswamis in 2 days. However, no one is ready to speak on what happened to this report.
Banke Bihari temple management sought information from the Goswami society for the information sought by the Shashan
Cabinet minister said that the corridor will become beautiful from Kashi Vishwanath
After the accident in the Banke Bihari temple, on Sunday night, to know the reasons behind the accident, Chaudhary Laxmi Narayan, Minister of Sugarcane Development and Sugar Mills in the Uttar Pradesh government, reached the Banke Bihari temple. Here the minister, while interacting with the media, told that the last time in the Yogi government, when the department was on him, he had made a role at the same time. In the last two cabinet meetings in the Yogi government of this time, there was also a discussion about the corridor here. From here to Yamuna ji, such a huge corridor will be built, which is more than that of Baba in Kashi Vishwanath.
The cabinet minister said that there has been a discussion with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath regarding the corridor.
70 thousand devotees can come in the corridor
The cabinet minister told that the corridor which will be built will be so huge that 60 to 70 thousand devotees can come in it at a time. At present, the capacity of the courtyard of Bihari ji is about 800 devotees and they come more than ten times. On this also, after talking to the Goswami community, the capacity of this courtyard should be close to 5 thousand, it will be churned.
Increased capacity of temple courtyard