Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat takes 51 temples out of Devasthanam Board’s management | India Information
New Delhi: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat on Friday (April 9) declared to take away the administration of 51 temples from the management of the Char Dham Devasthanam Board whereas additionally looking for to evaluation the board’s formation.
“I’ve determined to take out of the Devasthanam Board’s ambit 51 temples which had been introduced beneath it,” Rawat advised reporters after his assembly with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Kendriya Margdarshak Mandal.
He added that the state authorities may even rethink its determination concerning the Board’s formation.
The Devasthanam Board was shaped in December 2019 throughout the tenure of former Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat. It was assigned the administration of 51 temples of the state, together with the 4 well-known shrines of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri.
The seers and ‘teerth-purohits’ had not welcomed the choice for the formation of the Board as they felt their conventional rights over the temples would undergo due to it. They’d additionally accused the federal government of not offering them assurance whereas taking such a serious determination.
Defending the federal government’s determination on the formation of the Board, state Tourism Minister Satpal Maharaj had mentioned the creation of this board was obligatory for higher administration of the temples.
In the meantime, amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, the Uttarakhand authorities on Friday determined to impose an evening curfew in Dehradun from 10 pm to five am. All colleges from class 1 to 12 have been shut until April 30 in components of Haridwar, Nainital in addition to Dehradun.
(With PTI inputs)