Subramanian Swamy reminds Amit Shah about Ram Temple construction at Ayodhya – Upananda Brahmachari

Amit Shah & Subramanian Swamy

“Amit Shah may take up the issue during Dussera [October] and may declare a new plan for Ram Temple construction at Ayodhya.” – Upananda Brahmachari

Modi & Sri RamaOn the auspicious day of Gurupournima, Dr. Subramanian Swamy, Hindu Think Tank and National Executive member of BJP once again reminded his party president Sri Amit Shah to contemplate over the construction of Sri Ramjanmabhoomi temple at Ayodhya on and from January 1, 2016. Dr. Swamy requested Sri Shah to convene National Executive committee meeting of BJP to resolve the matter, as Swamy wrote a letter to Shah on the matter just on July 20. Both were exchanging their good wishes on the event of Gurupournima Utsav.

Dr. Subramanian Swamy suggested his party president Amit Shah to convene a special session of the National Executive to discuss the Ram Temple whose construction in Ayodhya should begin from January 1st next year. In a letter written on July 20 to Shah, Swamy said BJP should also obtain consent from the court for shifting the structure of a mosque present there.

Dr. R. Nagaswamy with Ayodhya Hindu artefact photo.The Narasimha Rao government, he said, had filed an affidavit before the court that if it is found that a temple pre-existed at the place where Babri Mosque was built then the Ram Janmabhoomi land would be handed over to Hindus for building a temple. Time and again, it has been proved there is a pre-existent temple under the disputed Babri construction. “Thus, our government should declare that from January 1, 2016, the construction project of building a Sri Ram temple in Ayodhya will commence,” he said.

Swamy said he had earlier written to Shah in March urging him to convene a special session of the National Executive to discuss this issue and other commitments made in the BJP”s election manifesto which are close to the hearts of party men and described as ”Hindutva” issues. “I urge therefore now again to schedule a special session of the National Executive. I am sure you will agree that Hindutva is the core issue of the BJP”s ideology and it needs special attention of the party.”

Sonia Gandhi As per occult perception, BJP president has no time now to go through the requests made by Dr. Swamy as his party is in a strangulated position in current Lok Sabha session and they are busy for ensuing Bihar election also. Sri Shah may take up the issue during Dussera [October] and may declare a new plan for Ram Temple construction at Ayodhya.

Many sadhus in Ayodhya, Varanasi and Haridwar are saying that PM Modi and his party may have to face the curse of Lord Sri Ram, if he does not start the construction of Sri Ram Temple immediately.

Experts opine that delay of construction of Sri Ramjanmabhoomi Temple at Ayodhya will cause a big Hindu frustration which may endanger the Hindu vote bank of BJP. – Hindu Existence, 1 August 2015

3 Responses

  1. On Dec 6,1992, the muslims had the bitter taste of their own medicine.

  2. Indian Muslims are very proud of Muslim Invaders, who treated them as third class citizens.

    Can we now claim an apology and compensations for the destruction and looting of tens of thousands of our temples from the Muslims of India?

  3. Modi govt will go if it doesn’t build Ram temple, VHP says – Times of India – PTI – IANS – New Delhi – June 6, 2015

    NEW DELHI: Although BJP president Amit Shah says that the Narendra Modi government doesn’t have the mandate to address its core issues, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), a constituent of the Sangh Parivar, disagrees.

    The VHP has said that the huge mandate with which the Modi government came to power was not only for development but also to deliver on its core issues, including building a grand Ram temple at Ayodhya.

    The Hindu outfit also reminded the government to be ready to “face the consequences” — like the previous NDA government led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee — if it did not deliver on the core issues.

    “The mandate which the BJP got in last general election was not merely for development. People expect that they will address the core issues too,” VHP spokesman and national secretary Surendra Jain told IANS.

    “Despite several comments on the issue by senior BJP leaders, our hope is still alive. We expect that this government will fulfill its commitment to construct a Ram temple at Ayodhya,” he added.

    Bharatiya Janata Party president Shah said last month that the party needs 370 seats in the Lok Sabha to address its core issues. Home minister Rajnath Singh said earlier that the core issues were not the government’s priority for now as it was focussed on development.

    Jain said building the Ram temple was also in the BJP manifesto. “How can they backtrack on the issue?” he asked.

    Jain said the previous NDA government didn’t address these issues, and the voters had shown them the door. “BJP leaders should learn from their mistakes of the past.”

    He said a committee of sadhus and spiritual leaders would soon meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to urge him to construct the Ram temple.

    Recently, the Shiv Sena, another BJP ally, had said that the Prime Minister should reveal his “Mann Ki Baat” on the contentious issue of the temple in Ayodhya.

    Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Katiyar, who was the face of the Ayodhya movement in the 1990s, has said that the government should resolve the issue through legislation or dialogue and not wait for the Supreme Court’s verdict.

    The Allahabad high court’s verdict on the disputed Babri Masjid-Ram Janambhoomi issue is on appeal before the Supreme Court.

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