Chandrakant Patil: 25 crores for first phase of Alandi Development Plan; Chandrakant Patal’s big announcement

Chandrakant Patil: Alandi (alandi) announced that a fund of 25 crores will be made available soon for the first phase of the development plan, State Higher and Technical Education Minister and Guardian Minister of Pune Chandrakant Patil ( Chandrakant Patil ).  He made this announcement while talking to the media while visiting Sant Dnyaneshwar Samadhi Temple in Alandi in the morning and seeing Mauli’s Samadhi. On this occasion Trustees of Sri Sant Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Devasthan Vikas Dhage-Patil, Laxmikant Deshmukh, Deputy Divisional Officer Vikrant Chavan, Chief Executive Officer of City Municipal Council Ankush Jadhav was present.

The development of the land was restricted due to the government’s allotment of land on the lands of Alandi Devasthan. After this was pointed out by the members of the committee when he was the revenue minister, it was immediately decided to give 400 acres of land to the temple for the convenience of the Warkari brothers. A plan of 200 crores has been prepared for the development of this place. He Pune will be discussed with the administration to seek the approval of the Metropolitan Development Authority. He also said that he was lucky to get an opportunity to solve the issue of land in the temple area when he was the revenue minister. 

25 Crore for Virtual Wari

Funds will be made available in phases to carry out the works under the plan. In the first phase, a fund of 25 crores will be provided for the construction of devotees’ residences, Ota and virtual (virtual) Vari. Due to the virtual visit, the pilgrims who could not go to Pandharpur can have a darshan of Vitthala. The Institute should quickly prepare its design. These works will be done through the city council. He said that the hospital and other works will also be included in the next phase.

On the occasion of Sant Dnyaneshwar Sanjeevan Samadhi ceremony, a large number of devotees come to Aland. Dnyaneshwar and Dnyaneshwari living Varakras I am anxious to meet. He also said that he is satisfied to solve the problems of such temple area along with serving the people.

10 to 12 lakh devotees are likely to come

Since the Yatra is going to be corona-free this year, 10 to 12 lakh devotees are likely to enter Alankapuri. It will include many districts of the state. Many of them have also entered Alandi. There is an atmosphere of excitement among the devotees as the Yatra is free of restrictions. As this Kartiki Ekadashi will be celebrated for the first time after Corona, lakhs of Varkaris have entered Aland. 

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