Chant Hanuman Chalisa to Avert Disasters: MP BJP Leader to Farmers

His colleague backed his advice, saying that invoking Hanuman would help prevent any natural calamities.

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Ramesh Saxena, BJP leader from Madhya Pradesh, urged people to chant the Hindu hymn, Hanuman Chalisa, to prevent natural disasters.

Ramesh Saxena, a BJP leader and former MLA from the Sehore constituency in Madhya Pradesh, on Monday, 12 February, urged people to chant the Hindu hymn – Hanuman Chalisa – to prevent natural disasters.

According to ANI, Saxena said:

Mera ye dava hai ki agar har gaon me ek ghante Hanuman Chalisa ka pratidin aap logon ne paath kar liya toh is prakritik aapda se nipta jaa sakta hai. Isiliye punah yuva saathiyon se nivedan hai ki pratidin 1 ghanta, 5 dinon tak, Hanuman Chalisa ka paath karein. (My belief is that if one chants Hanuman Chalisa for an hour every day, then natural disasters can be dealt with. Hence, I urge my young friends to devote one hour for five days towards chanting the Hanuman Chalisa.)

Stating that scientists had warned against increasingly worse climatic conditions for the next five days, Saxena said that the only way to escape this was to resort to chanting the Hanuman Chalisa.

Vaigyanikon ne bataya hai ki agle 4-5 din tak prakritik prakop rahega, oley bhi aayenge aur baarish bhi hogi. Is aapda se bachne ke liye ek matra upaay hai Hanuman Chalisa. Sabhi kisaan bhaiyon se nivedan hai ki pratidin 1 ghanta Hanuman Chalisa ka path karein. (Scientists have said that over the next 4-5 days, climatic conditions will worsen, with heavy hailstorms and rains predicted. To escape from these disasters, the one-stop solution is to chant the Hanuman Chalisa. I urge my farmer friends to chant the Chalisa for one hour everyday.)

Backing his colleague’s prayer, Madhya Pradesh Minister Gauri Shankar Chaturbhuj Bisen said that invoking Hanuman would help avert any disasters.

I am a religious person. I worship Hanuman Ji. Whenever there is a natural calamity we pray to God and get blessings from him.

According to The Indian Express, Saxena’s comments come after the IMD had said that heavy rains were expected in the areas of Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim, Jharkhand, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, among other areas.

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