Chief Minister Pema Khandu cabinet colleague, MLAs, officers and others visited Ram Janmbhoomi and offer prayer at Ram Mandir in Ayodhya

Manoj Singh

ITANAGAR, FEB 6 : The Chief Minister Pema Khandu, his cabinet colleague, MLAs from various political party, officers and leaders from ruling BJP on Tuesday has visited Ram Janmbhoomi Mandir and offer prayer at Ram mandir in Ayodhya in Utter Pradesh.

As per social media post the Chief Minister Pema Khandu said that “ experienced a deep emotional connection while offering prayers at Shree Ram Janmbhoomi Mandir in Ayodhya, along with Dy CM Chowna Mein, cabinet colleagues, and MLAs”. 

“The Mandir stands as the culmination of centuries of struggle & sacrifice by followers of Maryada Purushottam Ram”.CM Posted in “X” earlier tweeter.

“My profound gratitude to PM Narendra Modi. I am confident that the nation will witness unparalleled growth & development, blessed by Lord Shree Ram”. Chief Minister Khandu said.

“To commemorate the historic and auspicious occasion of Pran-Pratishtha at the Janmabhoomi, which will resonate as a spiritual milestone and cultural renaissance, bringing together people from diverse backgrounds to celebrate a shared heritage and the spirit of devoutness, presented humble offerings from the people of our State”. The CM Posted in social media.

“Offered a portrait painting of Shri Ram drawn by local artist Gyamar Nanam. The painting beautifully captures the divine aura of Shri Ram at Parshuram Kund, with the backdrop of Gori Chen mountain. Also presented Kalash filled with Parsuram Kund water; traditional Buddhist prayer bell, and Sankh”.The CM added.

In an another social media post the Chief Minister Khandu said that “ feeling blessed to visit Ayodhya alongwith cabinet collogue and others to seek divine blessing of Lord Shree Ram. Lakhs of devotees throng the place for darshan.” The CM said.

Speculators said that there was a plan to visit the Ayodhya since the inauguration of Ram Janmabhoomi but due to preoccupation and several important occasion the Chief Minister could not visit with his team. However before the last assembly session start almost all the lawmaker of state except few could not make it possible to attend Ayodhya is itself a historic event and a historic moment. . 

This was a historic occasion when the huge contingent of the lawmakers of state has visited any other place and it was only possible due to availability of Donyi Polo Airport at Hollongi. Such occasion was sometime observed only during the toppling of the government but not in such a huge margin of lawmaker, top officers and others has made its possible to visit for any purpose to any part of country and abroad. .

A documentary evidence reached to this daily said that  sixty five delegates form Arunachal Pradesh visiting Shree Ram temple, Ayodhya by charter flight  (Spice jet- SG-9552) on 6th February 2024 (Tuesday). 65 persons including lawmakers, Chief Minister Pema Khandu, Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein, Speaker PD Sona, cabinet minister Nakap Nalo, Alo Libang, Bamang Felix, Taba Tedir, Mama Natung, Kamlung Mosang, Tumke Bagra, Tage Taki etc, MLA/advisor Techi Kaso, Tanya Soki, Lokam Tassar, JIkke Tako, Kumsi Sidisow, Talem Tabo, Kangam Taku, Kaling Moyung, Ojing Tasing, Dasanglu Pul, Gum Tayeng, J Ete Deori, Rode Bui, DW Karma,  CZ Namchoom etc Tsering Lhamu, Phurpa Tsering, Dongru Sioingju, Mopi Mihu, Goruk Pordung, Hayeng Mangfi, and others. IMC Mayor Tame Phasang. The top officer of state also accompany as per document which include Chief Secretary Dharmendra, Commissioner Ankur Garg,  Secretary Anirudh Saran Singh, Spl Secy to Speaker P N Thongchi, other officers which include OSD, PRO, APRO, PSO etc.

 It is to mention that the delegate also include two BJP former president and advisor to CM Tai Tagak and Dr. Tangor Tapak, other BJP leader of state which include Kenyir Ringu etc.

It is also to mention that the team of MLA form other political party also accompanied to Ayodhya which include congress MLA Ninong Ering, Wangling Lowangdong, NPP MLA Gokar Basar and Mutchu Mithi 

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