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‘Congress countdown begins’, users say bulldozers at Ram Darbar, now say goodbye to Rajasthan too

Jaipur: The demolition of the Salasar Balaji Gate, built several years ago at Sujangarh in Rajasthan’s Churu district, is now gaining momentum. On the one hand, the BJP is questioning CM Gehlot on the issue to surround the government. At the same time, after the video went viral on social media, users on Twitter are also expressing their anger against the Congress government.


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Consumers are reacting sharply after the case of demolition of Ram Darbar with JCB machine at an entry gate of Churu city came to light. In it, a user has written that Baba ji’s bulldozer is used on criminals in UP and Gehlot Sarkar’s Ram Darbar in Rajasthan. User Chandni Parmar retweeted a tweet on the Twitter handle of the Indian National Congress, saying, “Hate will increase the dose, so where will you get happiness from” and wrote that this time we will throw you out of Rajasthan.

Gehlot government besieged over demolition of Ram Darbar in Churu, bulldozer politics in Rajasthan after UP

After breaking the gate, there was a long jam, the workers of Hindu organization staged a protest
It is learned after the incident that after the viral video, Hindu activists staged a protest by blocking the Sujangarh-Salasar road. The jam lasted for an hour and a half and was able to open at 8 pm. Hanuman Chalisa was also recited during the dharna. Long queues of vehicles formed on both sides, making it difficult for the administration to deal with the several kilometers long traffic jam. Angry Hindu activists demanded that senior officials be called to the spot.

Users did not like the explanation given by the authorities
According to information received, DAEN Babulal Verma and JEN Nandlal Muwal reached the spot after the commotion. He was then asked the reason for breaking the idol of Ram Darbar. AEN joined hands and apologized for widening the road. The AEN assured that after the completion of the road work, idols of Ram Darbar would also be installed at the entrance. However, users are not liking this logic of the authorities. One user wrote that I could not understand what was wrong (illegal) in it that it had to be broken. If the road had to be widened, a lane could have been built near it.

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