UP: Kalyan Singh immortalized even after dying, govt announces big

Lucknow: Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Kalyan Singh has become immortal even after his death. Yes, in fact, we are saying this because the UP Government has made a big announcement recently. Announcing this, the UP government has said, "Every road in 5 districts in the state will be named after the former CM." Recently, state deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya has announced that the road leading to Ram Temple in Ayodhya will be named after Kalyan Singh. Along with Ayodhya, one road each in Lucknow, Prayagraj, Bulandshahr, and Aligarh will also be named after Kalyan Singh.

You all know that no one can give the sacrifice that Kalyan Singh made during the Ram Mandir movement. Now, in view of his contribution to the temple movement, the government has taken this big decision. In fact, Kalyan Singh had left the CM's chair for the Ram Temple at that time and now the government has given him special respect for his sacrifice. Now, the roads in 5 districts in Uttar Pradesh will now be named after them. Many roads in UP will now be known as Kalyan Singh Marg.

On 9th December 1992, the disputed structure was demolished in Ayodhya and at that time the kar sevaks demolished the structure. Cm Kalyan Singh was the chief minister and was present at his residence. He had resigned from the post of CM taking responsibility for the Babri demolition and this was the biggest incident in his life. At that time, Ram Bhakta Kalyan Singh had ordered the authorities not to shoot at kar sevaks in Ayodhya.

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