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VHP wants Modi Government to Legislate a Bill for the Contruction of Ram Temple in Ayodha

Senior VHP leader Acharya Dharmendra said that Modi Government should enact a legislation in which would enable the construction of ram temple in Ayodha

Uttar Pradesh, Mar 25, 2017: After the Supreme Court’s mandate which came on tuesday that the Ayodha case should be settled out of court, Senior VHP leader Acharya Dharmendra said that Modi Government should enact a legislation in the parliament which would enable the construction of ram temple in Ayodha, as reported by PTI.

On issue that the Supreme Court has mandated that the issue should be resolved out of court, he has said that dialogue can only be held with friends, people of similar thoughts and people of same level.

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He is of the view that the one of the reasons for the massive mandate that BJP got in the 2014 general election and the Uttar pradesh Assmeble polls is the expectation of the public that the a huge temple would be built on the Ramjanmabhoomi in Ayodha.

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VHP’s international working president Praveen Togadia has also repeated his earlier demand that a law should be enavted enabling the construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya.

Mr. Togadia had added that when in 1991 the then Prime Minister Chandrashekhar’s union government had tried to get VHP and the Babri Action Committee (BMAC) to sit at one table to amicably solve the matter. However when the VHP had submitted all proofs of a temple being there, the BMAC members abandoned that meeting.

Further he had said that the excavation by Geo Radar and  the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) under the directions of the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High court has already proven that there was a grand temple at site of Babri structure. The High Court has also accepted enough proof of existence of a temple on the site of the Babri structure and the Muslim community had agreed that if there was proof enough of the existence of a temple on that site they would withdraw their claim.

Prepared by Upama Bhattacharya. Twitter @Upama_myself

 

 

 

 

 

 

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