ABP News Anchor muted saints: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Kashi Vishwanath Dham Corridor on Monday. During this, the Kashi Vishwanath temple was decorated in a grand manner and the Prime Minister took a dip in the Ganges and offered prayers at the Kashi Vishwanath temple. Along with this, he took stock of the functioning of the entire temple. During his visit, some saints of Ayodhya are seen to be very angry with the BJP government.
In fact, the reporter of Hindi news channel ‘ABP News’ spoke to some priests of Ayodhya regarding PM Modi’s visit to Varanasi. During this, they were very angry with the BJP government. A priest said that they(BJP) do politics in the name of religion and they have nothing to do with development and inflation. These people bring frenzy in the society by bringing religion into politics. These people only want to win elections by spreading frenzy.
At the same time, when another priest was questioned about the works of PM Modi, he said that the BJP is going to be free from power because only those who want salvation go to Varanasi. Everyone is watching the politics of religion. How long will politics go on in the name of religion?
In this shared video, it can be clearly seen what kind of sentiments the priest community is expressing regarding PM Modi’s visit. In the video, saints have even told Modi’s visit a hypocrisy. And so a saint has even said that the country is tired of the politics of religion since the year 84 and now wants change.
Now social media users are also reacting fiercely to this viral video. One user wrote, “Now Hindutva devotees will call them(priests) anti-national or anti-religion?” Another user wrote, “Brahmins have decided to drive out the UP government of Ajay Singh Bisht, who is anti-Brahmin.”
Significantly, before the assembly elections to be held in Uttar Pradesh next year, there is a political turmoil in the state. Almost all the political parties are leaving no stone unturned to woo the voters through banners and posters. Seeing the elections approaching, veteran leaders of almost all political parties including BJP, Congress are campaigning in UP.