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Uma Bharti to keep vow of silence (Maun Vrat) for six years in Himalayas

Gorakhpur, Sep 18 (UNI) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) senior leader and former union minister Uma Bharati has declared that she will be on ‘Maun Vrat’ (the vow of silence) for six years in Himalayas.

Addressing the gathering here on Wednesday the occasion of 50th death anniversary of Mahant Digvijaynath and fifth death ceremony of Mahant Avaidyanath, Ms Bharti said that she came from Himalaya on Tuesday and she will go back there on Thursday. She said that she would like to spent next six years of her life in Himalayas in silence.

Ms Bharti expressed hope that river Ganga will be clean and pure in coming years and she will fight against any danger on the holy river. She said river Ganga is flowing in UP in several areas and UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath will play important role to keep Ganga clean and pure.

Speaking about Ram temple in Ayodhya Ms Bharti said that nothing else than grand Ram temple can be exist at disputed site in Ayodhya. She said that construction of temple will be started soon.

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