The Rajasthan government has banned the excavation of pink stones at the Ram temple, seizing 25 trucks

The Rajasthan government has banned the excavation of pink stones at the Ram temple, seizing 25 trucks

After a long legal battle, the way has been cleared for the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, but now a new hurdle has emerged.

After a long legal battle, the way has been cleared for the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, but now a new hurdle has emerged. Excavation of pink stone from Banshi Paharpur in Bharatpur, Rajasthan is still banned. For this reason, there is anger in the World Hindu Council. The saint is creating a movement in this VHP with the society against the ban on stone removal.

Banshi Ram was going to Ayodhya from Paharpur to build a temple. Also, stone stock for the temple was being used in the area. The Bharatpur district administration has in the past seized 25 trucks bound for Ayodhya. The administration says there has been no government approval for mining here. They said illegal stone was being excavated in Bansipaharpur. Officials are reluctant to say anything about where they were going.

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Here, the VHP and the Sadhus erupted over the Rajasthan government’s move. VHP leaders say the stone trucks that were stopped were first brought from their stocks. VHP agrees with Sant Samaj against ban on stone extraction. Bajrang Dal provincial vice-president Sunil Parshar said the stone should not be banned in the temple. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad and the Bajrang Dal will not tolerate any obstruction in the construction of the temple of Lord Rama.

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This is the specialty of stone

The period of pink stone from Banasi Paharpur is said to be more than five thousand years old. Which is beautiful and strong. Also, as the water falls, the stone becomes more refined. A lot of flute Paharpur stone has to be used for the Ram temple. Due to its softness, the stone is most suitable for carving here and its life is preferred even in temples.

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No one has a lease

In fact, no one has a lease to mine in the mountains. Nevertheless, stones are coming out of here through illegal mining. Currently excavation has been tightened. At the same time, the mining lease contractor said that his company has been approved to lease the mine at Banshi Paharpur, but due to lack of environmental clearance, the clearance is being delayed. Despite repeated complaints to the district administration, no action has been taken against the illegal excavation waiver.

Sadhvi it ​​Tambhara says that some people are asleep due to the construction of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi temple in Ayodhya. Disappointed, he turns to do the opposite. Construction of the temple has begun and will continue uninterrupted.

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Mahant Fuldol Das Maharaj, a member of the VHP’s central board, said the Gahlot government had acted irresponsibly by shutting down trucks loaded with stones. It is pointless to expect the Congress government to cooperate in the construction of the Ram temple. Sant Samaj will put pressure on the governor government led by Akhra Parishad.
Swami Ramdevananda Saraswati, a member of BHP’s central guiding board, said that if the Rajasthan government did not give up bigotry and leave stone trucks, the Sant Samaj would blow up the tiger against them. The Rajasthan government should reverse this decision. Otherwise, it will have fatal consequences.

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