Mulayan Singh's daughter-in-law Aparna Yadav bats for Ram Mandir

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Nov 1: If Mulayam Singh Yadav's daughter in law says that the Ram Temple should be built then there has to be a deep meaning to it. The ramifications of her observation will go a long way. Now there is a pattern in what she says because she also says that she will be fighting the next Lok Sabha Polls from uncle Shivpal Singh Yadav's new party. She then quickly added that ‘netaji Mulayam Singh’s blessings are with me’.And everyone knows about the new-found love between Shivpal Singh Yadav and UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath.Recently Shiv Pal Yadav was allotted former CM Mayawati's bungalow by the UP government. Z Plus security was also provided to him. Amid the ongoing controversy over building of Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minsiter Mulayam Singh’s younger daughter –in-law Aparna Yadav on Wednesday said that Ram Mandir should be built in Ayodhya. The comments came when Aparna was at Deva Sharif Dargah, located in Barabaki. Further clarifying on her support to any political party over the issue, she said, “I am not with BJP, but with lord Ram”.After offering her prayers at Deva Sharif, Aparna went for a feast organized for Samajwadi Secular Morcha members. Aparna said that she trusts the judicary and suggested that everyone should wait for the verdict with patience.Supreme Court has deferred the hearing on title suit to January In the meantime, the Supreme Court has deferred the hearing in the Ayodhya case till January next year. There were a lot of expectations from the apex court regarding the verdict on the disputed land. But all Ram Mandir enthusiasts were disappointed and there were a lot of reactions from various quarters. RSS and VHP started harping on predicted lines and said that if the court is delaying the matter then the government should come out with a law or ordinance; the legislature can be a way out.Even Yogi Aditynath said that justice delayed at times is justice denied. The government, say reports, is mullying on many options.