Meerut to be renamed as Pandit Nathuram Godse Nagar? UP authorities sought DM’s permission

Meerut district on the outskirts of UP might quickly be renamed as Nathuram Godse Nagar. The Income Board of the Authorities of Uttar Pradesh has sought an instantaneous reply from the District Justice of the Peace.

In keeping with the Occasions of India report, the letter had a reference to the renaming of Hapur as Mahant Avaidyanath Nagar and Ghaziabad as Mahant Digvijay Nagar within the Built-in Grievance Redressal System (IGRS) of the Uttar Pradesh authorities.

The report claimed that the UP authorities has despatched three reminders to the DM on this regard within the final 4 months.

UP officers have claimed that as many calls for and requests are acquired on the Jansunwai portal and despatched to IGRS, it’s often troublesome to say which group has made the demand. Nevertheless, officers confirmed that a corporation claiming to be the All India Hindu Mahasabha in Meerut had on November 15 demanded to call Meerut after Godse.

There was a long-standing demand of the Hindu Mahasabha to call Meerut after Nathuram Godse, the murderer of Mahatma Gandhi. “For the reason that means of renaming cities is underway and names are being instructed protecting in thoughts the Hindu sentiment, we’ve got additionally put ahead a set of calls for. Rename Meerut to Nathuram Godse and Godse Nagar after Ghaziabad and Hapur. Digvijay Nagar and Avaidyanath Nagar have been renamed after the previous head clergymen of Gorakhnath Math. Each of them have been members of the Hindu Mahasabha and we expect Yogi Adityanath respects his gurus,” mentioned the Hindu Mahasabha’s nationwide vice-president. Pandit Ashok Sharma was quoted. In keeping with TOI.

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