‘Lord wants it’: BJD MP on controversial Puri heritage corridor project | Latest News India

Hitting out on the opposition, Puri’s BJD MP Pinaki Mishra mentioned nobody can cease the work of the heritage corridor within the pilgrim city as Lord Jagannath wants it.

Stating that nothing unlawful was occurring within the project, Mishra mentioned that if anybody has any downside with it, they’ll strategy the courts.

“The construction work is going on round the clock. It is also the wish of Lord Jagannath that the project work is finish at the earliest,” he mentioned on Saturday.

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“No agency can stop the ongoing construction work as the Lord wants it,” he added.

Mishra mentioned that the BJP and Congress can go to the courtroom if they’ve any objection to the continuing works.

Hours after he made the remark amid the controversy over the project, activists of the Congress threw inks concentrating on his cavalcade and confirmed him black flags.

The incident occurred close to Jhadeswari temple, police mentioned, including that eight folks had been detained in reference to it.

The opposition events and several other socio-religious organisations are protesting the development works close to the Twelfth-century shrine, which they declare have broken the traditional structure.

The authorities is constructing a number of trendy facilities as part of the project for the good thing about pilgrims, aimed to make Puri a world vacation spot.

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Govardhan Peeth’s Shannkaracharya Swami Nischalananda Saraswati got here down closely on the federal government, alleging that it was “destroying” the mutts of Puri within the identify of improvement.

“The government should not consider that the people’s mandate will remain with it forever. The BJP and BJD work hand in hand, while the Congress has become weak,” he claimed. 

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