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Demand to put prohibition on sale of meat and liquor in Dharmanagri Ayodhya?

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  • Famous in the name of Lord Rama’s birthplace and Dharmanagari, Ayodhya can be banned from meat and liquor
  • Rashtrapati Bhavan took the letter of Saint Paramahams of the camp of Tapasvi ji seriously, the letter of the secretary of Rashtrapati Bhavan reached the SSP office
  • Paramhans wrote a letter to the President requesting a ban on the sale of liquor in Ayodhya.

Famous as Lord Rama’s birthplace and Dharmanagari, Ayodhya may prohibit meat-drinking. Rashtrapati Bhavan has taken seriously the letter of Saint Paramahansa of the camp of Tapasvi ji, after which the letter of the Rashtrapati Bhavan’s secretary has reached the SSP office. Proper action has been written in the letter. Paramahamsa wrote a letter to the President requesting a ban on the sale of liquor in Ayodhya.

Saint Paramahansa Das told that in 2018 he raised the demand to ban the sale of meat and liquor in Ram Nagari Sri Ayodhya and Mathura. In the letter addressed to the President, it was written that by 2020, if the sale of meat and liquor is not stopped in Ayodhya, then by 2021, they will sacrifice food and water and go on a fast unto death.

He demanded that Ayodhya be freed from meat and liquor, because in the past, meat and liquor has not been sold in the city of religion. It was started in Ayodhya under a conspiracy under the rule of the Mughals. Paramahansa, while praising the steps taken by the Rashtrapati Bhavan on the demand for a ban on the sale of liquor in Ayodhya, has described it as sensitive to religion.
Ayodhya raised the demand . The saint-priest of Ayodhya and the householder of Satvik thought that in a clear word, the sale of meat and liquor at a holy place like Ayodhya Dham is the same as the litter built near a clean site. Be given. He says that if the whole environment becomes deodorant due to its sale, then the anti-social elements use contaminate the religious environment. In such a situation, it is necessary to ban the sale of liquor in Ayodhya district immediately.

Monsoon Session Of Parliament 2018

Hriday Narayan Dikshit said three-day session of the state legislative assembly will begin on August 20.

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Uttar Pradesh Assembly Speaker Hriday Narayan Dikshit on Sunday said a three-day session of the state legislative assembly will begin on August 20, with MLAs being seated leaving a seat between them vacant and occupying the visitors’ gallery to maintain social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We have to ensure that during the session, scheduled to be held soon because of Constitutional obligations, COVID-19 protocol was strictly followed,” he had said.

Elaborating about the seating plan of the assembly, Mr. Dikshit on Sunday said the members will be seated leaving a seat between them vacant.Some of them will be seated in the lobby and the visitors’ gallery, he said.

“The MLAs will be thermally scanned before they enter the House. I am sure that members will come here wearing a mask. If they do not come wearing a mask, we will give them one,” he said.

Mr. Dikshit said the air conditioner of the legislature building will work as per the standards set by the central government.

“Governor Anandiben Patel has summoned the session of 17th Vidhan Sabha at 11 am on August 20. This will be the second session of the year,” U.P. Vidhan Sabha’s Principal Secretary Pradeep Dubey had recently said.

At present, there are 306 BJP MLAs in the U.P. Legislative Assembly, followed by 48 from the Samajwadi Party. The BSP has 18 MLAs, while Apna Dal (Sonelal), an ally of the BJP has nine MLAs.

The Congress has seven MLAs in the House, while the Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Party has four MLAs. There are three independent MLAs in the House. Rashtriya Lok Dal and Nirbal Indian Shoshit Hamara Apna Dal has one MLA each in the U.P. Assembly.In the U.P. Legislative Assembly, there are 403 elected members.

 

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