‘Head of Swaminarayan Sanstha dead’: Angry netizens outburst speculations occur

Acharya Shree Purushottam Priyadasji Swamishree

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Acharya Shree Purushottam Priyadasji Swamishree, head of Swaminarayan Sanstha – a non secular, cultural, and social welfare centre headquartered in Ahmedabad, was examined favourable for coronavirus very last month and has been underneath critical care in a personal clinic in the metropolis. The Swaminarayan Sanstha, owing to the Maharaj’s significant wellness, announced his successor and heir on Sunday.

The head priest has been getting dialysis to support his kidneys and also receiving plasma treatment for coronavirus¬†since late-June. But his issue remains critical, 1 of the employees at the non secular centre verified to IBTimes, denying to comment additional on the ongoing rumours about Maharaj’s dying.

Is Swaminarayan Sanstha head dead?

Social media is buzzing with chatter about Acharya Shree Purushottam Priyadasji Swamishree’s demise. Several devotees are even inquiring what is actually the secrecy and demand wellbeing update about their preacher.

“Is it correct that Acharya Shree Purushottam Priyadasji Swamishree is dead? Why is the sanstha hoping to conceal it? We want to believe in the truth and not rumours,” (translated) questioned one particular follower on Twitter.¬†

Is Swaminarayan Sanstha head dead'

Some movies of Acharya Shree Purushottam Priyadasji Swamishree have also gone viral, showing the non secular chief positioning prasad in his mouth in advance of giving it to the devotees. The unique way of Swamishree’s prasad distribution has also drawn flak in check out of COVID-19. With the news of Shree Purushottam getting diagnosed of the virus, the backlash was serious.

Is Swaminarayan Sanstha head dead'
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