In Chandni Chowk area of Delhi, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi broke the 50-year-old Hanuman temple on the orders of the High Court. Now the temple has been built once again overnight at the same place. According to reports Currently no information has been provided about how the construction was done and who did it. On the other hand, the Mayor of North Delhi Municipal Corporation says that the temple has been constructed by ‘Hanuman ji’s devotees’.
Actually, in the first week of January 2021, Chandni Chowk was beautifying. Meanwhile, the Hanuman temple there was demolished, which was severely criticized by the Aam Aadmi Party government of Delhi. At the same time, a senior officer of North Delhi Municipal Corporation had said on this issue that according to the order of the court, the temple came under the category of ‘encroachment’, so it was demolished. many Media reports It is said in the temple that the devotees have collected the donations themselves and made a temporary reconstruction of the temple.
Apart from this, people have installed the same idol of Hanuman in the temple, which was present in the earlier temple. Several photos of the new temporary reconstruction have also surfaced on social media. It can be seen in the pictures that came in the headlines on the Shukwar (19 February 2021) that the steel temple has been erected. Nearby people are seen worshiping the idol of Hanuman ji installed inside it.
On this incident, North Delhi Mayor Jai Prakash tweeted that the temples of Ram ji and Hanuman have been built by his devotees. While doing this the rules have been ignored but we also have to take care of the faith of the general public. The tweet also contained two pictures of a temporarily built temple. Many people can be seen worshiping in the picture.
– Jai Prakash (@JPBhaiBJP) February 19, 2021
After this Jai Prakash wrote in his tweet, “Viraje Pawansut Hanuman at Chandni Chowk. Jai Shri Ram will visit Hanuman temple today at 12:30 pm and be blessed. ”
Apart from this, former state president and BJP MP Manoj Tiwari also did his work at the Hanuman temple built overnight. Has given feedback. He has said that the BJP has always spoken of re-establishing it. The general public has built this temple and this is a slap in the face of the Kejriwal government. Now Arvind Kejriwal should go to the temple himself and make atonement after darshan.
Actually, in the authorized area of Chandni Chowk any kind of civil work needs the permission of the officers. Chandni Chowk is a historical area with a stronghold of merchants and old havelis. It is also considered to be an important tourist area of the capital and comes under the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
On January 3, a 50-year-old Hanuman temple at Chandni Chowk was fired at around 4 am by a bulldozer. There was a lot of anger in the public about this action that took place late at night. Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party government had to face a lot of criticism because of this incident.