JAMMU, Mar 24: In view of the upcoming Ram Navami festival, Ajatshatru Singh and Ranvijay Singh, Trustees of J&K Dharmarth Trust, accompanied by other office bearers of the Trust, visited Ram Temple in Village Sagoon of Block Dansal in Jammu District today.
During their visit, Ajatshatru Singh performed Pooja at the Ram Temple and took stock of the infrastructure and facilities.
He emphasized the need for disseminating information among the masses about the rich cultural heritage of J&K and instructed the priests to ensure that every devotee who enters the temple returns with complete knowledge of the history and significance of the temple.
He also inspected the temple premises and expressed concern over the encroachment of the Trust land in the vicinity.
He stressed that the Trust wants to develop a beautiful park for tourists due to the lack of facilities for visiting tourists from Jammu to Sagoon.
He made it clear that the Trust will make all out efforts to get back its property sooner than later and that those who have illegally trespassed or grabbed the land of the Trust should be punished as per the law.
Ajatshatru Singh also held several public meetings at Sagoon, Tootan Di Khui in Bajalta, and Dansal, where he took stock of the problems faced by the people of the area. He assured them that he would take up their issues with the concerned authorities for early redressal.
Kripal Singh, Ex-Sarpanch, Kama Shadgal, Block Nagrota, Sarpanch Sagoon Ashwani Kumar and Sarpanch Faqir Singh, Sidhra Block Nagrota, were also present in the meetings.
Ajatshatru Singh, Ranvijay take stock of temples, infra