Minister Suresh Rana laying the foundation stone of Raja Parikshat temple in Rajput Dharamsala.
– Photo : MUZAFFARNAGAR
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Politics and social work most difficult: Suresh Rana
Muzaffarnagar, Morna. Sugarcane Minister Suresh Rana offered prayers at Siddhapeeth Mahadev Vishwanath temple in Shuktirth on Thursday. He also laid the foundation stone of Raja Parikshit temple in Tirthanagari. During this, he said that politics and social work are the most difficult, because precious time has to be given in it.
The Raja Parikshit temple is being constructed by Rajput Dharamshala Charitable Trust in Shuktirtha, the pilgrimage town, for which the foundation stone was laid on Thursday. Chief guest of the state’s Sugarcane and Sugar Industry Minister Suresh Rana laid the foundation stone of the temple with worship. Rajput Kshatriya Sabha Khatauli gave a check of 3.71 lakhs as a contribution in the construction of the temple. After this he reached Siddhpeeth Mahadev Vishwanath temple and offered prayers. Mahant Maheshwar Ashram Maharaj of the temple along with the priests got the sugarcane minister worshiped with Vedic chanting.
During this, the Sugarcane Minister said that if austerity is continuous, then its fruit is definitely available. The foundation stone of Lord Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya and Raja Purohit temple in Shuktirtha is the result of our previous births. Blessed are those people who took a bullet in their chest for the construction of the temple and sacrificed their lives saying Jai Shri Ram. During this, the sugarcane minister also announced to give one lakh rupees to Rajput Dharamshala in memory of his father. District Panchayat President Dr. Veerpal Nirwal, Morna Block Chief Anil Rathi, Sadar Block Chief Amit Panwar, Rambhul Singh, Ashok Advocate, Rajendra, Chaman Som, Amit Pundir, Bhupendra, Vinod Sharma and Vedveer were present in the program.
The leaders did not apply tilak because of the first vote
Sugarcane Minister Suresh Rana said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has freed the state from goondaraj. Earlier politicians used to refrain from applying tilak to get votes of a class. But now they are going to temples and worshiping.
Muzaffarnagar: Minister Suresh Rana worshiping Shivling at Mahadev Ashram Shuktirth.– Photo : MUZAFFARNAGAR