Prison Minister reached Mathura: Inspection of District Prison, Participation in Parthiv Shivling construction program

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Prison Minister reached Mathura: Inspection of District Prison, Participation in Parthiv Shivling construction program
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Uttar Pradesh's Prison Minister Dharamvir Prajapati visited Mathura. The Prison Minister inspected the district prison here and asked the prisoners to hoist the tricolor in his barrack under every house tricolor campaign. The Prison Minister also participated in the Parthiv Shivling construction program.

all the captives will celebrate Raksha Bandhan

During the inspection, the Prison Minister told the prisoners that he would celebrate all the Raksha Bandhan festival. On this occasion, Prison Minister Dr. Dharamvir Prajapati said that all the sisters in the jails across the state will be able to tie a rakhi on their brother's wrist, so the government has prepared to accept Raksha Bandhan on a large scale, without any brother's wrist Rakhi will not remain, nor will any sister be able to keep a rakhi on her brother's wrist.

A letter written to the judiciary to reduce the number of prisoners in jails Minister Dr. Dharamvir Prajapati reached Mathura District Jail with his convoy. Addressing the prisoners, he said that according to the crime of all the prisoners, a letter has been written to the High Court Allahabad and the Supreme Court Delhi for early hearing and release. They have spent more time in jails than punishment. If there is intensity in the disposal of the lawsuit, then the prisoners will be released soon. The Prison Minister said that when the court takes appropriate decisions on time and settling the cases, the convict will be punished and innocent, then the people will trust the judiciary and the prisoners detained in the jail will also be released.

The message of the tricolor journey given to the prisoners

The Prison Minister gave the message of tricolor to the prisoners. He said that the tricolor flag will be hoisted in all jails. The Prison Minister said that inmates have made a large number of tricolor flags in jails across the state, which will be hoisted on the occasion of the tricolor on August 15 along with all the houses as well as all the prisoners in their barracks. On this occasion, in the famous Ragini singer district jail, Nirudh Naradev Venibal welcomed the minister by singing the ragani and the jail superintendent Brijesh Kumar Singh welcomed the minister by presenting a book.

After inspecting the District Prison, Prison Minister Dharamvir Prajapati made Parthiv Shivalinga with Shiva devotees at Shiva Aradhana at Mero Braj on Janta on the Agra National Highway. During this time, the Prison Minister took blessings from Devaki Nandan Maharaj, who was listening to Maha Shiva Purana Katha and performed the aarti by anointing Priyakanteshwar Mahadev.

Shiva devotees made 5 lakh Shivling

40 On the last Monday of Shravan, Shiva devotees performed a collective anointing 5 lakh one thousand earth Shivling in the day -long Shivling construction program. Devotees have anointed a total of 97 lakh 36 thousand earthly Shivling so far.

Ramayana teaches how to run the family: Dharamvir Prajapati

Uttar Pradesh Prison and Home Guard Minister who attended the event Dharamvir Prajapati said that when we join devotion and religion, the direction of life changes. He said that how the family should run, it teaches us Ramayana. Said that when we go with reverence to listen to the story, we must get its reward.

Keep youth culture and rituals, only then Indianness will be saved - Devaki Nandan Maharaj

Describing the importance of rites in the middle family, Devaki Nandan Maharaj said that sans -without sans and daughter sinks the dynasty. In the name of freedom and modernity, youth should not contaminate Indian culture with their important life. He said that the model-modern game is going on in big cities, it is taking away from Indianness. The youth will save their values ​​and culture only then Indianness will be able to save.

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