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`Don't indulge in false campaign against math'

Staff Correspondent

Sri Moorusavir Math confers award on writer P.S. Shankar

HUBLI: Revenue Minister Jagadish Shettar has warned people against indulging in a false campaign against the Sri Moorusavir Math in Hubli.

He was speaking at the fourth death anniversary of Sri Gangadhara Rajayogindra swamiji and the presentation of the "Moojagam Sahitya Prashasti" to writer P.S. Shankar here on Saturday. Sri Gurusiddha Rajayogindra Swamiji conferred the award on Mr. Shankar.

Recalling the contribution of the earlier seer who was popularly known as "Moojagam", he said all political parties would support measures aimed at the development of the math and expansion of its social and educational activities. "We will not tolerate activities that are against the views of the earlier seer and also the false campaign against the math and its successors," Mr. Shettar said.

However, the Minister expressed unhappiness over the "dasoha" (food to the devotees) being provided irregularly in the math. He appealed to the seer to take steps to resume the "nitya dasoha" and said he would extend assistance and cooperation in this regard.

The Minister spoke on the contribution of Mr. Shankar to the field of medical literature in Kannada.

Basavaraj Bommai, MLC, also concurred with Mr. Shettar with regard to the irregular "dasoha" in the math. Emphasising the need to resume the "nitya dasoha", Mr. Bommai said he would donate Rs. 1 lakh for the purpose. Mr. Shankar said the onus of wiping out caste conflicts and hatred in the society was on seers of Veerashaiva maths. He thanked the math for recognising his work .

Sri Siddhalinga Swamiji of Eradettina Math, Sri Basavalinga Swamiji of Rudrakshi math and several other seers and eminent personalities were present. President of Karnataka Chamber of Commerce and Industry Shankranna Munavalli welcomed the gathering.

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