Swami Tridandi ji Maharaj, National President of Hindu Mahasabha, will contest from Ayodhya Assembly
In the two-day National Working Committee meeting of the All India Hindu Mahasabha, the National President of the Mahasabha, Swami Tridandi ji Maharaj, announced to contest from the Ayodhya Assembly. Hindu Mahasabha Uttar Pradesh unit and Ayodhya district unit have welcomed the announcement of the national president.
District President Rakesh Dutt Mishra gave this information in a statement issued on his return to Ayodhya after attending the meeting of the National Working Committee. He informed that while conducting the forum in the meeting, National Executive President Ravindra Kumar Dwivedi announced to field candidates in the Assembly elections to be held in 5 states including Uttar Pradesh in 2022.
Ravindra Kumar Dwivedi said that the announcement of Swami Tridandi ji Maharaj to contest from Ayodhya has spread enthusiasm among the workers of Uttar Pradesh. This revival of enthusiasm will pave the way for the victory of the Hindu Mahasabha in the state assembly elections. National Spokesperson Swami Karpatri ji Maharaj in his address said that all the sadhus of Ayodhya will cooperate with body, mind and money for the victory of Saint Swami Tridandi ji Maharaj.
District President Rakesh Dutt Mishra said in a statement that a reception committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of Diwakar Vikram Singh. The reception committee was entrusted with the responsibility of electing the National President for the term 2021-2024 and holding the 65th National Convention.
Hindu Mahasabha Uttar Pradesh President Rishi Trivedi while announcing the date of the convention on December 22 said that the convention will be held in the state capital Lucknow. It is a matter of pride for Uttar Pradesh that the National Executive selected Uttar Pradesh for the 65th National Convention.
The meeting was attended by National Vice President Atma Ram Tiwari and Swami Kamlesh ji Maharaj, National General Secretary Acharya Vijay Prakash Manav, National Minister Jata Shankar Dwivedi, A Rajesh, National President of Hindu Shramik Sabha Rajesh Kumar Mishra, West Bengal President Kartik Bhattacharya Executive President Gopal ji Pandey, Representatives from various provinces including Hindu Swasthya Sevak Sabha National President Inderjit Sinha, Madhya Pradesh President Jitendra Singh Thakur, National President of Hindu Mahila Sabha Mridulata, National Vice President Rajni Saxena guided the Hindu society with energetic ideas. The meeting passed several resolutions of political, religious, social, and cultural importance and resolved to make them a reality.