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Suresh Das, the head of Digambar Akhada, said that Gorakshanath Peeth and his Mahant had an important role in the temple movement, but all of them were ignored. The first meeting of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust took place in Delhi on Wednesday. Only after this meeting, the voices of differences are starting to arise. Chief of Digambar Akhara Suresh Das said that both Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Gorakshanath Peeth have been ignored in this trust.
He said that the role of Digambar Akhara has been the most prominent in the temple movement. Gorakhnath Peeth and his Mahant have played an important role in Gorakhpur, but they were all ignored. The biggest thing is that CM Yogi Adityanath was also kept away from it. Suresh Das said, "Digambar arena is not beggary, which needs something from this trust." Suresh Das wished Mahant Nritya Gopal Das on being made president, but also expressed his displeasure openly. In such a situation, now it has to be seen how the trust officials take their statements. At the same time, Nripendra Mishra, former Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was appointed Chairman of the Building Construction Committee, while Govind Giri was responsible for the post of Treasurer. 9 resolutions were passed in this meeting.
The Mahant of the Nirvani Ani of Vaishnava Vairagi Akharas and Mahant Dharmadas of Hanumangarhi in Ayodhya also reached during the trust meeting. But he was not included in the meeting. He was seated in another room outside the living room. Mahant Dharmadas had been demanding to join the trust for a long time. They want to become priests. According to sources, he has spoken of knocking on the court in the event of not joining the trust and not giving the right to worship Ramji. Let me tell you that Mahant Nritya Gopal Das was elected president in the trust meeting held in Delhi on Wednesday (19 February), while VHP leader Champat Rai was made the general minister. At the same time, Nripendra Mishra, former Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was appointed Chairman of the Building Construction Committee, while Govind Giri was responsible for the post of Treasurer. 9 resolutions were passed in this meeting.