Uttarakhand CM rejects Narendra Modi`s proposal to rebuild Kedarnath shrine
Zee Media Bureau
Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna rejected Bharatiya Janata Party leader Narendra Modi’s proposal and said that the Kedarnath temple will be rebuild by state government, reports said on Wednesday.
Last week Modi had met Vijay Bahuguna and offered to rebuild the Kedarnath temple complex, destroyed in the deluge.
Modi had tweeted about the rebuild proposition after his meeting with Uttarakhand CM Vijay Bahuguna. “Met Vijay Bahuguna ji. Conveyed to him that Gujarat is ready to take responsibility of renovating the Kedarnath temple complex,” he wrote on the micro-blogging site.
Before meeting Bahuguna, Modi spent the day visiting relief camps and carrying out an aerial survey of the places affected by the floods. He described the destruction at Uttarakhand as a national catastrophe.
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