Odisha CM Majhi visits Srimandir, talks on proposed corpus fund Jagannath Temple

Puri: Odisha CM Majhi has visited Srimandir the world famous temple in Puri along with the newly appointed Ministers of the government.

Odisha CM Mohan Charan Majhi interacted with the press on the occasion and said, ‘We had proposed to open all the four gates of Jagannath Temple in yesterday’s cabinet meeting.’

He further added that, ‘The proposal was passed and today at 6:30 am, I along with my MLAs and Puri MP (Sambit Patra) attended the ‘Mangala aarti’…’

The CM also emphasized on the fact that, ‘For the development of the Jagannath Temple and other works, we have proposed a fund in the cabinet. When we present the next state budget, we will allot a corpus fund of Rs 500 crores for the temple management.’

It is worth mentioning here that, in a delightful news for the devotees of Lord Jagannath, all the four doors of the famous Jagannath temple in Puri of Odisha have been opened. The decision to open all four doors had been taken on Wednesday in the first cabinet meeting of the newly formed BJP Government in Odisha.

As promised, from today onwards all the four gates (dwaras) of the Srimandir, the famous Lord Jagannath temple in Puri of Odisha have been opened for devotees. The decision to open all the four doors of the Puri Srimandir during the Mangala Alati rituals had been announced by the new Odisha CM Mohan Charan Majhi yesterday.

Accordingly, all the ministers including the CM had travelled to Puri to participate in the ‘dwara phita’ rituals.

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