Bhopal Lok Sabha MP and BJP chief Pragya Singh Thakur on Sunday stated Hindu temples and shrines will have to be free of the federal government regulate as the cash donated to them goes to “vidharmis” and minorities.
Thakur additionally stated the Bharat Bhakti Akhada, constituted all over the Kumbh mela held in Prayagraj, will degree protests for releasing temples from the regulate of the federal government.
“Our (Hindu) places (temples and shrines) remain under the government control with the district collector as chairman (of temple committees). The money (donated to) Hindu temples, including the big ones, is going to minorities. It goes to ‘vidharmis’,” she stated whilst inaugurating Bharat Bhakti Akhada’s administrative center at a fancy in Bhopal.
The MP stated the Bharat Bhakti Akhada will oppose the federal government’s regulate of Hindu shrines and temples.
“Bharat Bhakti Akhada opposes this (government control), will fight against it, will stage protests and demand that the government free all our temples from its control,” she stated.
Thakur additionally stated Hindus will take regulate, offer protection to and broaden their temples.
The BJP MP stated the donation won through temples will have to be spent at the construction of Hindus.
“The office of the Akhada in Bhopal will become the centre of religious work, of the protection of nation and patriotism,” she added.
Thakur is without doubt one of the accused within the 2008 Malegaon bomb blast case.
Thakur had stirred many controversies up to now, together with her feedback on Mahatma Gandhi’s murderer Nathuram Godse for which she later tendered an apology.
Before that, Thakur had additionally made arguable remarks about IPS officer Hemant Karkare, who used to be killed all over the 26/11 Mumbai terror assaults. She had stated that Karkare had died as she had “cursed” him for torturing her.