CM Uddhav Thackeray's big statement on the Saibaba birthplace dispute, "The issue is raised unnecessarily"

Jan 22 2020 12:12 PM
CM Uddhav Thackeray's big statement on the Saibaba birthplace dispute,

The Shiv Sena is trying to settle the Saibaba birthplace dispute in some way. The Shiv Sena has made a new statement every day regarding this controversy. Explain that recently the Shiv Sena gave clarification on the controversy arising on the birthplace of Saibaba and said that this dispute was born unnecessarily. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray cannot be blamed for this. No one can tell whether this 19th-century saint was actually born in Shirdi.

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According to the media report, the party wrote in an editorial in its mouthpiece Saamana, the controversy that had started regarding the birthplace of Sant Saibaba was halted by Baba's grace. Shirdi prospered due to Saibaba. No one can take away the prosperity of the city where the saint died. The assets of Saibaba Sansthan are more than 2600 crores, due to which social work is done. It is further written, Uddhav Thackeray did not tell Pathri the birthplace of Sai, but the basis of some historians was its basis. Parbhani's official gazette mentions that according to some people, Pathri may be the birthplace. This gazette was not published by Uddhav Thackeray. Therefore, they cannot be blamed.

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Now after a dispute over the birthplace, Sai devotee Patankar of Beed claimed that while going to Shirdi, Saibaba stayed in Beed and worked in a handloom shop. It is mentioned in Sai Satcharitra. Our father Janardhan Maharaj Patankar had said that Sai had worked for four-five years in Beed. Therefore, Rs 100 crore should be given for the development of the pilgrimage area in Beed.

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