Harish Rawat pokes fun at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he’s meditating in the Congress-built Kedarnath Caves

PM Modi mediated in Kedarnath during the 2019 general elections. He recently reopened the Adi Shankaracharya Samadhi.

Harish Rawat, the former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand and a senior Congress leader, took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday over the development of the area surrounding the Kedarnath temple following the 2013 floods. People are now meditating in “caves built by us,” according to Rawat.

Harish Rawat Takes Jibe At PM Modi
Harish Rawat Takes Jibe At PM Modi

During the 2019 general elections, PM Modi paid a visit to the hill shrine and mediated there. The Prime Minister recently inaugurated a reconstructed Shri Adi Shankaracharya Samadhi and laid the foundation stone for Rs 400 crore in remodelling projects there.

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The ex-CM praised Rahul Gandhi during a public address at Dehradun’s Parade Ground, saying that the Wayanad MP was the only national leader to visit the state after the 2013 disaster. “After the tragedy in Kedarnath, you were the only national leader who came to Uttarakhand to console us. You walked to Kedarnath on foot, “Rawat explained.

Rawat continued, “Launching a veiled attack,” “When I was appointed chief minister in 2014, you told me that the only responsibility you had given me was to rebuild the affected areas. People are still meditating in the caves we built in Kedarnath today.”

Farmers’ agitation against the Centre’s three agrarian laws won, according to the former Uttarakhand Chief Minister. He also credited Congress with the state’s withdrawal of the Devasthanam Board Act, which he claimed was anti-temple autonomy.

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“We would create an Uttarakhand free of unemployment, inflation, and migration if elected to power. We would also write a new chapter in the history of women’s empowerment “Rawat explained.

For the Uttarakhand elections, the Congress has formed panels to choose party candidates.

Last month, the Congress set up a screening committee to choose party candidates for the Goa assembly elections. Avinash Pandey has been named chairman of the Uttarakhand screening panel. The committee also includes Virender Singh Rathore and Ajoy Kumar, in addition to Pandey.

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In-charge of the AICC in Uttarakhand Apart from the state’s AICC secretaries, ex-official members of the panel include Devendra Yadav, Uttarakhand Congress president Ganesh Godiyal, CLP leader Pritam Singh, and Harish Rawat. Uttarakhand’s assembly elections are expected to be held in February 2022. The current assembly’s term ends on March 23, 2022.

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