Congress stirs row, says BJP leaders entered Kedarnath premises with shoes on | India News – Times of India

DEHRADUN: The dwell telecast of prayers by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Kedarnath and the presence of BJP leaders within the temple premises with their shoes on has kicked up an argument, with the Congress terming it a violation of traditions.
The BJP leaders had been seen carrying their shoes on within the Kedarnath temple complex.
Objecting to the dwell telecast, Congress common secretary Harish Rawat in a tweet mentioned it set a improper precedent.
“All devotees are equal in the eyes of Lord Shiva. How can people be stopped now from entering the sanctum sanctorum of the temple with their cameras or mobile phones and recording things inside it. Gradually, people will break other traditions as well,” Rawat mentioned.
After this an previous video of state Congress president Ganesh Godiyal surfaced on social media, by which he’s seen speaking to a TV journalist contained in the Kedarnath temple after the 2013 catastrophe with his shoes on.
In a fast response to this, Godiyal tweeted all BJP leaders had been carrying their shoes within the temple premises throughout the prime minister’s programme on November 5, whereas he went contained in the temple carrying his shoes on the time of the catastrophe when it was cluttered with 1000’s of lifeless our bodies.
According to Godiyal the 2 cases can’t be equated as they occurred in numerous circumstances.
Backing Godiyal’s argument, Harish Rawat shared his tweet, saying pulling the our bodies out of the sanctum sanctorum of the temple after the 2013 deluge was the before everything precedence.

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