Vrindavan (Uttar Pradesh), Feb 8: BJP president Amit Shah on Monday said the government of Prime Minister rendra Modi had taken the country on the path of dharma (righteousness).
“Due to wrong myths, a gap had been created between dharma and politics over the years, but the Modi government has again taken the country on the path of dharma,” Shah said at a function after iuguration of a temple here. “The country has got a prime minister who reached Kashi after assuming the top political post and performed Ganga ‘aarti’. Not only that, he took up the challenge to clean the holy Ganga river from Gangotri to Gangasagar,” the Bharatiya Jata Party leader said. “Under the Modi government, efforts to save our culture will increase,” he added. The temple constructed by noted Bhagwat katha exponent Devkindan Thakur was iugurated by Harya Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki in the presence of Union Minister rendra Singh Tomar, Mathura MP Hema Malini and actor Mukesh Khan. Speaking on the occasion, BJP MP Meekshi Lekhi said that since cow slaughter ban was in the state government’s domain, the BJP should be brought to power in Uttar Pradesh to address the matter. (IANS)