Gorakhnath temple leads by example, lowers sound of loudspeakers on CM’s intervention

Gorakhpur: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had issued instructions not to take out religious processions without permission and not to inconvenience others by the use of loudspeakers at religious places.

In view of the violent incidents during the festival in different parts of the country, a unique example has been presented by the Gorakhnath temple on this order of Yogi. The sound of loudspeakers installed in the temple premises has also been reduced.

In Gorakhpur, the loudspeaker of the Siddhpeeth Gorakshanath temple complex, Shri Mansarovar temple complex and Shri Mangala Devi temple complex of Nath sect in Gorakhpur has also been reduced.

Now there will be no sound outside the temple premises. This system has been implemented since Thursday. The media in-charge of the temple has confirmed this. Similarly, loudspeakers have also been removed from Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi in Mathura.

CM Yogi had said that all people have the freedom to follow their method of worship according to their religious ideology. The CM had clearly said by tweeting that no procession or religious procession should be taken out without prior permission. Also, only those processions which are traditional should be allowed. Affidavit should also be taken regarding maintaining peace and harmony.

CM Yogi Adityanath himself is the Mahant of Gorakhnath Peeth. Loudspeakers in the main temple complex have been reduced to low and they have also been removed from roads, markets and public places. After the dispute in Khargone of Madhya Pradesh, Jahangirpuri in Delhi and some other places, tough decisions are being taken by the government and administration.

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