Goa CM Pramod Sawant Said Wherever Temples Were Destroyed They Should Be Rebuilt | Goa CM Pramod Sawant said


Pramod Sawant On Destroyed Temples: Amid the ongoing controversy over Varanasi’s Gyanvapi mosque, Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Saturday said that all temples that were destroyed in the past should be rebuilt and that his government demolished the temples during the Portuguese rule. Budgetary allocation has been made for resettlement. Sawant also said that the Goa government is trying to promote ‘cultural tourism’ in the state and is encouraging people to visit temples.

Participating in the media seminar organized on the completion of 75 years of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s (RSS) weekly magazines ‘Organiser and Panchjanya’, he said, “During the 450 years of Portuguese rule, Hindu culture was destroyed and many people were converted. . Temples were destroyed in the state. We are going to renovate them all. I believe that wherever temples have been demolished, they should be rebuilt. This is my firm belief.

Taking people from the beach to the temple
Responding to a query by Organizer Editor Prafulla Ketkar, Sawant said that his government is working day and night to promote cultural tourism in Goa, one of the most favorite destinations for tourists. He said that there are one or two temples in every village. We have to take people from the coast to the temple. His government is promoting cultural tourism.

All states follow uniform civil code
As several BJP-ruled states are moving towards Uniform Civil Code, Sawant said it is already in place in Goa and it should be implemented in every state. “I proudly say that Goa has been following a Uniform Civil Code since its liberation. I believe that all other states must follow the Uniform Civil Code. We have discussed Goa Uniform Civil Code with other Chief Ministers. ,

Government working on starting mining in Goa
Sawant blamed the then Congress government for the delay in Goa’s independence and said that India became independent in 1947 while the state gained its independence in 1967. When asked about mining in Goa, he said that his government is working towards resuming mining in the state, which has been banned since 2012.

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