Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat received a message from the spiritual leader.
Founder of Isha Foundation, Sadhguru, said on Saturday 10th April that is a feeling and matter of great happiness that the Uttarakhand Government has emancipated 51 temples including the famous Badrinath and Kedarnath from state control. With this idea, Sadhguru has requested all state governments to show inclination and solve the complex issues and make sure that all impediments are cleared. Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat received a message from Sadhguru after this historic decision made by his predecessor Trivendra Singh Rawat.
As the Hindu Aastha (belief) should be in hands of the community, this step is a very big step for the Hindu Aastha. Without the heart of a devotee, there is no Aastha," Sadhguru said". The landmark decision, announced by Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat to free 51 temples and shrines including Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri, and Gangotri from government control. The decision comes after major temples protests against the state takeover and registered their protest, with the CM. The 51 temples were under the direct control of the state government. Governor Baby Rani Maurya gave her approval to the Char Dham Devsthanam Management Bill which was passed at the Assembly during winters.
This new Act will help the professional management of the shrines said Trivade Singh Rawat. As the priests and monks of the Himalayan state have been dealing with the affairs of these temples from generations that were set up by their ancestors. they got heated with the BJP government for passing the law previously.
The Gangotri shrines Rajnikant Semwal's priest met Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHD) and the Rashtriya Swayasevak Sangh (RSS). After that VHP holds meetings with the temple priest and forms a strategy to counter the government.
As a responsive government in a democracy, the government has withdrawn the act and freed 51 temples. Subramanian Swamy the BJP leader stated the decision of the government.
Previously at the time of the election at Tamil Nadu, the BJP government has promised to free temples from government control.
After the announcement, VHP Central Secretary General Milind Parande said that there should not be any governmental interference 'into any day-to-day affairs of temples wealth or management.