Since the announcement of the withdrawal of the agricultural law, now the pressure on the govt to dissolve the Devasthanam Board ...

Dehradun: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's announcement that the agricultural law would be repealed, pressure is mounting on the Dhami government to repeal the Uttarakhand Devasthanam Management Act. The Chardham pilgrim monks and the Panda community are protesting the law. The pilgrim priests have been silent since the CM promised them that a major decision on the law will be made soon. Pilgrim priests' hopes have been bolstered by the Prime Minister's announcement on agricultural laws.

In fact, in this election year, the state's BJP government is encircled by two important laws. The Devasthanam Management Act and the Uttar Pradesh Zamindari Abolition Land System Reforms Amendment Act are the first and second, respectively. . These two Acts have caused resentment, particularly among the residents of the state's hilly parts. Pushkar Singh Dhami, the chief minister, created two crucial committees to deal with the issue. It was viewed as a damage management manoeuvre by the chief minister.

Due to the non-session assembly session on December 7 and 8, the same government is likely to introduce a measure to repeal the Devasthanam Management Act. Just before Prime Minister Narendra Modi's event in Kedarnath, Cm Pushkar Singh Dhami had to take to the field to quell the wrath of pilgrim priests. Harak Singh Rawat and Subodh Uniyal, both cabinet ministers, had also taken the lead. The CM had then hinted at a major decision on the Devasthanam management law by November 30.

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