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Madhya Pradesh Congress Chief Kamal Nath To Host Hanuman Chalisa Recital On Ayodhya Event Eve

Kamal Nath will host a recital of ”Hanuman Chalisa” at his residence on Tuesday.

Bhopal:

Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kamal Nath will host a recital of ”Hanuman Chalisa” at his residence in Bhopal on Tuesday, a day earlier than the ground-breaking ceremony for Ram temple building in Ayodhya.

All COVID-19 protocols can be strictly adopted uring the occasion, Congress spokesman Bhupendra Gupta mentioned on Sunday.

“Hanuman Chalisa” recital has been organised at Nathji’s residence on Tuesday. He is an ardent devotee of Hanumanji. He has requested the social gathering cadre and leaders to recite ”Hanuman Chalisa” at their houses on Tuesday, Mr Gupta mentioned.

On Saturday, Kamal Nath mentioned a Ram temple is being constructed in Ayodhya with the consent of each Indian. 

Asked concerning the cause behind the occasion being organised by the previous state chief minister, Mr Gupta mentioned Tuesday is an auspicious day.

“Nothing needs to be learn into it. It is solely a religious occasion,” he mentioned.

On ”Hanuman Jayanti” in April, Mr Nath couldn’t maintain a grand annual spiritual occasion in his constituency Chhindwara within the wake of the autumn of his authorities, he mentioned.

Some years in the past, Mr Nath, who was then a member of Parliament, acquired a 101-feet-tall statue of Lord Hanuman put in in Chhindwara district, he added.

In March this yr, 22 insurgent Congress MLAs, loyalists of former Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, resigned from the social gathering, resulting in the autumn of the 15-month-old Kamal Nath authorities within the state.

Following the insurrection, Kamal Nath resigned as chief minister on March 20, paving the way in which for the BJP to return to energy within the state.

Since March, 25 MLAs have up to now resigned from the Congress in addition to the state Assembly.

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