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Hema Malini fights for the “great temple of Krishna” in Mathrua after Ayodhya and Kashi

Hema Malini, a BJP congresswoman from Mathura, expressed hope on Sunday that, like Ayodhya and Kashi, her region would get a large temple similar to the Kashi Vishwanath corridor. Malini was addressing the media in Indore and said: “After the restoration of Ram Janmabhoomi and Kashi, naturally Mathura is also very important. I am invited to Kashi and I go there on Monday”. She went on to say that the renovation and redevelopment of Kashi Vishwanath was extremely complex and no one had considered making such improvements in recent years.

“As a member of Parliament for Mathura, which is the birthplace of Lord Krishan who is the symbol of love and affection, I will say that there should be a great temple. A temple is already there and can to be embellished as Modi ji developed the Kashi Vishwanath hall, “she said.

BJP MP Hema Malini says Mathura will get a large temple after Ayodhya, Kashi

She went on to say that her transformation was difficult and that she demonstrated her foresight. She said this will also happen in Mathura. On December 13, Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicated the first phase of the new Kashi Vishwanath Dham, which cost around Rs 339 crore. A total of 23 structures were completed during the first phase of the project. Pilgrims visiting Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple can enjoy such amenities as Yatri Suvidha Kendras, Tourist Facilitation Centers, Vedic Kendras, Mumukshu Bhavan, Bhogshala, City Museum, Observation Gallery and Food Court.

Mathura to undergo historic development under BJP by Nitin Agarwal

Mathura would experience historic development under the BJP government, according to Uttar Pradesh Assembly Deputy Speaker Nitin Agarwal, who asked who else would build the temples in the holy city if not the BJP . Agarwal said the BJP won the 500-year-old Ayodhya War last week and that a majestic Ram temple was being built there while speaking to an Anglo-Vedic audience. Inter College. Kashi has also been promoted internationally and Thakur ji (Lord Krishna) is from Mathura.

“If the BJP government does not develop the temples of Mathura, then which government will?” He added: “We have won two battles and will also win the third battle. “

Mathura would be going through a period of historic development, and the BJP administration will elevate him to an international level, he said. According to Agarwal, the BJP follows the idea of ​​“sabka sath”, “sabka vikas” and “sabka vishwas” (inclusive development), but the Samajwadi party practices fear of politics. He said that the riots in Muzaffarnagar happened during the rule of the Samajwadi party.

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