Indefinite bandh in Shirdi over CM Thackeray’s birthplace remark, Sai baba temple to stay wide open

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A ‘bandh’ continues to be called in Shirdi after Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray started a controversy along with his remarks on Sai Baba’s birthplace.

Nonetheless, the Sai Baba Temple in Shirdi will always be open up on Sunday and will not be impacted by the closure from the area, mentioned Main Executive Official of Shri Saibaba Sansthan Believe in Deepak Madukar Muglikar.

Maharashtra: Fans visit Shirdi Sai Baba temple amid bandh known as these days in #Shirdi town, in opposition to CM Uddhav Thackeray’s documented remark calling Pathri (in Parbhani) as Sai Baba’s birthplace.

“There are some records in press that Sai Temple in Shirdi will always be shut on January 19. I want to make clear that it is only a rumour. Temple will remain wide open on January 19,” Muglikar, quoted by reports organization ANI, mentioned.

He also said that there is sufficient agreement of food and holiday accommodation for devotees going to Sai temple amid the bandh.

The Shirdi city bandh continues to be called after Maharashtra Chief Ministre Uddhav Thackeray reportedly said that Pathri community in Parbhani was the birthplace from the 19th century saint revered equally by individuals of all the communities.

Thackeray also declared an exclusive offer of Rs 100 crore for that improvement Pathri to draw in pilgrims and tourists there.

Residents, nevertheless, have claimed that the birthplace of the famous saint was not recognized and Pathri cannot make a claim to being his birthplace.

Maharashtra: A bandh has become referred to as nowadays in Shirdi community, towards CM Uddhav Thackeray’s reported remark phoning Pathri (in Parbhani) as Sai Baba’s birthplace.

The BJP has also reinforced the bandh with former Maharashtra Minister Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil stating that the main Minister should immediately withdraw his claims.

“The main minister should pull away his declaration that Pathri was Sai baba’s birthplace. Pathri only has one of many Sai temples in the country. All Sai devotees are feeling harm,” he said.
“There was no these kinds of challenge up to now. Why has the claim that Pathri is Saibaba’s birthplace come up only following the new government has brought above? The people of Shirdi may make use of legal action,” he extra.

On the other hand, Thackeray has referred to as reaching on Monday with the involved parties at the state secretariat in Shirdi to resolve the problem, mentioned an official declaration.

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