Only Saint Samaj on the stage, everyone else in front
Representatives from many states of the country including Rajasthan participated in this mahapanchayat organized by the Brahmin community. Only the Sant Samaj was given a place on the platform that was set up in the Mahapanchayat. For the guests and other representatives of the society, sofas were placed in front of the stage.
Apart from Brahmins, representatives of many other societies were also invited. Bharatiya Janata Party State President Satish Poonia, Deputy Leader Rajendra Rathod, Rajya Sabha MP Dr. Kirori Lal Meena’s wife and former Minister Golma Devi, BJP’s Organization Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma, Jaipur MP Ramcharan Bohra, Congress leader Former Minister Raghu Sharma, Former Minister Rajkumar Rinwa, BJP MLA from Chaumun, state spokesperson Ramlal Sharma, Congress leader Archana Sharma, former BJP state president Arun Chaturvedi and many leaders were present.
Announcement to make 82 railway stations world class stations
Addressing the mahapanchayat, Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said that Brahmins have been playing their role in protecting the religion for centuries. It was only for the protection of religion that Lord Parshuram obtained the ax by doing penance of Lord Shiva. We have to maintain this tradition. Always be ready to protect Dharma. During this, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav announced to make 82 railway stations of Rajasthan world class stations.
These include Abu Road, Ajmer, Alwar, Asalpur, Jobner, Balotra, Bandikui, Baran, Barmer, Beawar, Bharatpur, Bhawani Mandi, Bhilwara, Vijay Nagar, Bikaner, Bundi, Chanderiya, Chhabra, Chittorgarh Junction, Churu, Ratania Kalan, Deshnok, Degana, Didwana, Falna, Fatehnagar, Gandhi Nagar Jaipur, Fatehpur Shekhawati and Gangapur City. He said that ten years ago, Rajasthan used to get Rs 600 crore in the Rail Budget. Now Rajasthan is getting a grant of Rs 9532 crore.
The temple under the government should be returned to the society – Ghanshyam Tiwari
Rajya Sabha MP Ghanshyam Tiwari said that there are all the temples of Sanatan Dharma in our country and state. Governments should not control them. The temples which are under the governments should be given back to the society. There is a need to create a religious act on the same lines as the Waqf Board. Only Hindus should have the right on temples. Speaking on the issue of EWS reservation, Tiwari said that the way reservation is being given to other classes, similarly the benefit of EWS reservation should also be available everywhere.
Pushpendra Bhardwaj raised the demand for Chief Minister’s post
Congress leader Pushpendra Bhardwaj during his address raised the demand of making a Brahmin the Chief Minister. Bhardwaj said that last days Mahakumbh was organized on behalf of a society in this same Vidyadhar Nagar stadium. In that Mahakumbh, that society had raised the demand of the Chief Minister, so is there any shortcoming in the Brahmin society. If we can shake the governments in such a large number, then we have to openly talk about our political representation. Bhardwaj said that there was a time when Brahmin community used to have 60 MLAs but now there are only 17 MLAs. He demanded both BJP and Congress parties to give 30-30 tickets i.e. total 60 tickets to Brahmins in the upcoming assembly elections.
demand for political representation
The Brahmin community has shown its solidarity and strength through the Mahapanchayat. Organizers say that the population of Rajasthan Brahmin community is more than 85 lakhs, but no party has given them a chance for political representation according to their population. There are more than 50 assembly seats in Rajasthan which are influenced by Brahmin voters. Despite this, the Brahmin community is on the margins. Through this show of strength, the political parties have to realize their strength so that during the upcoming assembly elections, they do not make the mistake of considering the Brahmin community only as a vote bank and give them an opportunity for proper representation. (Report – Ramswaroop Lamrod, Jaipur)
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