Now Congress and BJP fight over religious holidays in MP
Bhopal, April 3 (SocialNews.XYZ) The Madhya Pradesh unit of the Congress has decided to publicly celebrate the upcoming Hindu festivals – Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti – and the cadre has been asked to hold religious programs with large gatherings, it was announced on Sunday.
On April 16 in Hanuman Jayanti, the Congress plans to recite the “Sundarkand” (a part of the Ram Charitra Manas) and the “Hanuman Chalisa”, as per instructions issued by the State Congress Speaker and former Chief Minister Kamal Nat.
The party office issued a letter on behalf of Nath on Sunday, ordering party leaders and workers to hold religious programs on April 10 and 16 to celebrate the occasion of Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti respectively.
“On these two auspicious religious festivals, the recitation of Lord Ram Katha, Ramlila programs and the worship of Lord Ram should be arranged. Also, the recitation of Sundarkand and Hanuman Chalisa should be arranged on Hanuman Jayanti,” indicates the letter published by the vice-president. , Organization, Chandraprabhash Shekhar.
He said that Kamal Nath will post a message on Ramnavmi and organize a religious program on Hanuman Jayanti in Chhindwara, his native territory.
Reacting to the Congress decision, leaders of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) called it “hypocrisy”.
“Those who called Lord Ram and Ramsetu imaginary and opposed the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, now will recite Hanuman Chalisa for an attempt for political gain. People know their hypocrisy and cannot be misled mistaken,” the BJP spokesperson said. Pankaj Chaturvedi.
To this, State Congress General Secretary, Media, KK Mishra advised the BJP not to do politics on behalf of Ram and Hanuman, saying that every individual has the right to pray alone. “Such kind of statement shows the true nature of BJP. Shall I say that BJP celebrates religious holidays for political gain? “, did he declare.