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Ram Temple Trust Head Nritya Gopal Das Who Attended Bhumi Pujan With PM Modi Tests Covid-19 Positive

Mahant Nritya Gopal Das was also seen sitting on the stage along with other dignitaries. PM modi and Yogi Adityanath also shook hands with him on the stage.


Ayodhya| Mahant Nritya Gopal Das (82), chief of Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust, has been found Covid-19 positive. Nritya Gopal Das had reached Mathura on Wednesday to celebrate Janmashtami. On Thursday morning, his health condition suddenly deteriorated. The Chief Medical Officer of the nearby hospital along with the health team reached the spot and conducted a test after which he was found to be positive.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath enquired about Nritya Gopal Das’ health over a phone call. Yogi has spoken to Dr Naresh Trehan and asked him to admit Das to Medanta Hospital.

Participated In Krishna Janmotsav

Mahant Nritya Gopal is also the chairman of Shrikrishna Janmabhoomi Trust. On Krishna Janmashtami, he had joined the Praktyotsav program organized at Krishna Janmasthan on Wednesday night. Every year he participates in the event, but this time they also took the holy Saryu water from Ayodhya for the anointing of Bal Gopal.

Nritya Gopal Das had been staying at the Sitaram temple in Mathura since last Tuesday. Despite his Corona report turned out to be positive, his disciple Dharmendra Das said that it is not a matter to cause worry. “He faced difficulty breathing. After giving the medicine, the fever has also reduced. Oxygen cylinders have also been ordered,” Dharmendra Das said.

Attended Ram Temple Ground Breaking Ceremony With PM Modi

On August 5, Nritya Gopal Das had attended Ram Temple Bhoomi Pujan ceremony. This event in Ayodhya was attended by 175 people including seers from across the country, PM Modi, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat and UP CM Yogi Adityanath. He was also seen sitting on the stage along with other dignitaries. PM modi and Yogi Adityanath also greeted him on the stage.


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