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Rajamandi railway station may be closed due to temple, railway had issued notice, know the whole matter

In a tweet from DRM, it was made clear that either the temple will now remain or the station. Since then, Hinduist organizations are now seen uniting and ready for a one-to-one fight. The notice has given 10 days to remove the part of the temple from the platform and railway land.

Agra in Uttar Pradesh has one station. The name is Raja Mandi. At present, a new dispute has started regarding this station. Actually, there is Chamunda Devi temple in the station premises. A notice was issued by the railway administration to displace it. Controversy has started regarding this. Hindu sages claim that the temple will not move, take the station anywhere. In a tweet from the same DRM, it was made clear that either the temple will remain or the station. Since then, Hinduist organizations are now seen uniting and ready for a one-to-one fight. The notice has given 10 days to remove the part of the temple from the platform and railway land.

The whole matter is that the Railways had issued notices to Bhure Shah Baba’s Mazar and Chamunda Devi Temple in Agra by its North Central Zone in an attempt to remove encroachments from its land. In a notice issued on April 25 to Sajjada Nashim, who maintains the shrine, the Railways said that the shrine was built on land owned by the Agra Cantonment Railway Board and 182.57 square meters of land has been “illegally occupied”. Similarly, in a notice sent to the head priest of Chamunda Devi temple on April 12, the Railways said that a part of the temple is encroaching on platform number one of Raja Ki Mandi railway station and causing inconvenience to the passengers and affecting the movement of trains. also has an effect.

Rajamandi railway station may be closed

Raja ki Mandi railway station may be closed for commuters because of a temple in Agra. A senior railway official gave this information. It is noteworthy that there is a dispute going on regarding the temple built on platform number one of this railway station. Anand Swarup, manager of Agra Railway Division, tweeted that if the Chamunda Devi temple is not removed, the station may be closed for passenger use. He has also shared the copy of the notice issued regarding the relocation of the temple, according to which there is an alleged ‘illegal’ construction of 72 square meters on Platform No. In this case, PRO/Commercial Manager Prashasti Srivastava told that the side put forth by the DRM on the Raja ki Mandi station temple episode through the letter issued on Twitter is ‘official’.

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