Ranchi: MP Sanjay Seth has written a letter to Chief Minister Hemant Soren regarding the life consecration of Shri Ramlala.
In a letter to the Chief Minister, the MP has said that the Jharkhand government should declare January 22 as a holiday.
Along with this, it should ban the sale of meat and liquor on that day.
In his letter, Seth has said that 22 January 2024 is the day in Indian history for which the people of India were waiting for centuries.
This day has come as a good fortune to all of us after such a long struggle, sacrifice and penance.
We are re-establishing our beloved Ramlala in Ayodhya Dham.
Our pride on this day also increases because Lord Shri Ram also had special love for Jharkhand.
Jharkhand is also the birthplace of Shri Hanuman ji, an ardent devotee of Lord Ram.
Seth said that this day is definitely an unforgettable day not only for the Hindu society but for the entire India.
The concept of Ram Rajya which we talk about in the Constitution and the governance system, the same Ram is being re-established after centuries.
This is a matter of pride for us public representatives and the government too.
He has said in his letter that on this date the entire society is spontaneously preparing to celebrate Diwali.
Preparations are going on for many social and cultural festivals.
Certainly, being the head of the state, I am sure you will also participate in this celebration.
The MP said that on this important and holy day, I request you to declare January 22 as a state holiday in Jharkhand.
Along with this, the sale of meat and liquor should also be banned on this day so that we can celebrate the festival of Ram Lala’s return in a more emotional and virtuous manner.