Siddhivinayak Temple Trust to issue ban on flower and fruit offerings

In a startling revelation in the meeting held by Hindu Janjagruti Samiti, this Sunday regarding the inappropriate use of Siddhivinayak Funds by Maharashtra Government and the mis-management of the Temple Trust, a devotee, Mr. Desai, staying near the Temple mentioned the Trust’s recent policy of putting a ban on flower and fruit offerings by devotees to Lord Siddhivinayak which may be implemented anytime soon.

The Siddhivinayak Temple Trust consists of members who are Rationalists and Atheists and have nothing to do with Religion and Spirituality. Even then due to vested interests of Congress Ministers, they have been appointed as the members of the trust. In the Geeta Lord has mentioned that he accepts even water when given by a devotee with love and devotion. Who then are Siddhivinayak Trustees to impose ban on offerings of flowers and fruits to Lord Ganesha ? As has been proved by the shocking Tipnis Report, the Siddhivinayak Trust is concerned more with the monetary offerings of devotees, so that individual treasuries of congress and Nationalist Congress Ministers get filled up!

Dr Durgesh Samant, National Spokesperson, HJS, said that every Tuesday there would be demonstrations outside the Temple premises regarding corruption by the Temple Trust. He also appealed to all devotees and Hindus present in the meeting to discourage making monetary offerings to the Siddhivinayak Temple Trust.

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