Using the term ‘Gorakh Dhanda’ to explain unethical practices are going to be a punishable offence when the BJP is voted to power in Rajasthan, ” the party stated in its poll manifesto Tuesday.
Releasing the manifesto for its December 7 meeting polls, the party stated the term strikes the sentiments of their followers of saint Gorakhnath and hence its use ought to be stopped.
From the election manifesto introduced Tuesday by Union ministers Arun Jaitley and Prakash Javadekar, and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, the BJP said a legislation is going to be forced to prohibit and prohibit for utilizing ‘Gorakh Dhandha’ term that is often employed for unethical and unjust practices.
Explaining the reason behind the assurance, Onkar Singh Lakhawat, member of the manifesto committee, told PTI,”Guru Gorakhnath was a saint and utilizing this word strikes thoughts of followers, thus, this will be prohibited ”
Anyway, the party also promised to add the specifics of Gorakshnath or even Goraknath from the textbooks of the Rajasthan State Textbook Board.
In accordance with the manifesto, a nationwide ministry of Guru Gorakhnath is going to be produced and Mutt/Aasan of this Nath community is going to be revived.
A library of Gorakhnath’s literature associated with Yoga and Tantra are also put up.
In Rajasthan, Jodhpur is the most important centre of this Nath community. Gorakhnath was a Hindu yogi and saint who set the Nath Hindu monastic movement from the nation.