Home Minister's big statement on Hanuman birthplace dispute, said- 'It doesn't matter where Hanuman ji was born'

Mumbai: These days the controversy from Hanuman Chalisa to the birth place of Hanuman is in the news in Maharashtra. Actually, on the one hand, it is being claimed by the Sanatan Dharma Guru that the birth place of Hanuman ji is in Kishkinda, Karnataka, while on the other hand it is being claimed that the birth place of Hanuman ji is in Anjaneri, Maharashtra. In this sequence, Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil has given a statement.

He said that work is going on to create such an environment in the entire country and is also happening in Maharashtra. What is not an issue is being presented as an issue. At the same time, a fear and dissension is being created among other people. Although this is not right, it should not be given much importance. It does not matter for those who are devotees, where Hanuman ji was born, if he is a devotee of Hanuman ji, then he worships Hanuman ji.

I have said that this agenda of some people is Mandir Masjid and for this all this is done. No law and order questions are going to be created in this. There is no resentment on the part of NCP. But if there are any local issues and if someone expresses displeasure about it, then it is not a problem, but these things can be resolved by sitting together, such statements should be made publicly, in which we will sit together and try to find a way out. On the question of MNS encircling the NCP on the same issue, he took a jibe at MNS, what is the stand of MNS in this.

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