The topic of reciting Hanuman Chalisa is currently heating up politics in the state. MP Navneet Rana and MLA Ravi Rana arrived in Nagpur today. He recited Hanuman Chalisa in the temple here. He then proceeded towards Amravati. While the recitation of Hanuman Chalisa is also accepted as a form of agitation, on the other hand, the video of the comments made by the State Water Resources Minister and NCP State Chairman Jayant Patil on this issue has become viral. At this time, Jayant Patil also shared a childhood memory of him.
Video of the incident, which took place while he was interacting with farmers in the Gosikhurd National Project area in Sangli, is currently going viral. After a villager complained to Jayant Patil about the presence of monkeys in the village, Jayant Patil made a mischievous comment and the audience burst into laughter.
What exactly happened?
A villager from a nearby town complained to Jayant Patil that the monkeys were bothering him. “There are big trees in this area. But you don’t see monkeys here. Although we have few trees, we have so many monkeys in our house that there are no crows left in our house. So the crops don’t survive,” the villager told Jayant Patil.
However, Jayant Patil’s mischievous comment that monkeys can’t do anything about it made the audience laugh. “He used to go to the Ramtek temple when he was a child. There the monkey had taken the banana from my hand. You’re right. Now in 40-50 years it will have increased even more,” said Patil.
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“Now we say Hanuman Chalisa”
Jayant Patil gave a scathing response on the background of the ongoing politics in the state on the issue of Hanuman Chalisa. “Now you insist on building a cement and concrete house on the site of Kaula’s house. Kaula and the monkey problem will stop. But you can’t do anything to the monkey. He is the incarnation of Hanuman. Now we call it Hanuman Chalisa. And you say they are bothering you,” said Jayant Patil.