Kashi | Kashi Vishwanath Corridor : Before the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, Kashi, the city of Lord Shiva, has been in a lot of discussion. Since the inauguration of Kashi Vishwanath Corridor by Prime Minister Modi, people are constantly sharing its pictures on social media as well. The latest information has been received that in Baba’s Shiv Nagari, the security personnel will also be seen doing duty wearing a khatau. In this regard, the temple administration said that in view of the cold, the temple administration has taken this decision. The temple administration has ordered 180 khattu for the security personnel doing duty. With this, Kashi Vishwanath, we have now been forbidden for anyone to enter the temple wearing slippers.
Used to do duty without shoes and slippers
Kashi Vishwanath Corridor : The Kashi Vishwanath temple administration said that the security personnel used to do duty without shoes and slippers even in the cold. The priests of the temple did not like this as the condition of their feet used to worsen in the cold throughout the day. It was also told many times by the temple administration that you should bring new shoes and slippers, but the security personnel were not prepared for this. He said that even if it is new, then what are the shoes and slippers.
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After talking to the top officials, consider the jawan
Kashi Vishwanath Corridor : It was told from the administration that for a long time the priests had been objecting that the condition of the security personnel was getting worse in the cold. In such a situation, the temple administration thoughtfully asked for a stand for the security personnel. After which the priests of the temple demanded the security personnel to do duty wearing a khatau. After talking to the top officials, the security personnel also agreed to wear the khatau.
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