Rakesh Sinha's big disclosure at News24: "Will bring a Private Member Bill on Ram Temple"

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Nov 1: Rakesh Sinha, the RSS thinker and Member of Parliament from Rajya Sabha has come out with an important statement on the Ram Mandir. This author and associate professor at Delhi University has made a major announcement from the News24 platform. He has said at News24's popular show 'Rashtra Ki Baat' that to get the Ram Mandir made he will bring a Private Member Bill in the Parliament. There were ample hints that he may bring the Bill in the Winter Session of the Parliamentary.Sinha today tweeted, "To those who keep asking the BJP and the RSS about when Ram temple will be constructed, I have a straight question: Will you support my private member bill?"

Sinha said he fails to understand why the Supreme Court was delaying hearing the matter. He emphatically said that the if the Ram temple will not be built in Ayodhya then where else will it be built? He stressed that Ram temple in Ayodhya is a "top priority for Hindu society".Will Rahul Gandhi, Sitaram Yechury, Lalu Prasad Yadav and Mayawati support the bill, Sinha also asked.Reacting to Rakesh Sinha's statement BJP leader and saint Sakshi Maharaj has applauded Rakesh Sinha's statement. He said it is for everyone to see now who is real and who is a fake 'Ram Bhakt'.NCP leader Farooq Abdullah has also reacted to Rakesh Sinha's Private member Bill issue and said that it is for the Supreme Court to decide anything related to the Ram Temple. "The problem with the BJP is that it thinks that Ram alone will fetch them votes."

  Hearing on Ayodhya Land DIspute is adjourned till January 2019. This is a big setback for the Hindu petitioners who were looking forward to the verdict enthusiastically. The Supreme Court has adjourned till January the hearing of a clutch of pleas challenging the Allahabad high courts 2010 judgment which ruled that the disputed land on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site in Ayodhya be divided into three parts. The court said that the issue will come up before appropriate bench in January. No decision was taken on Monday on the date of hearing and the composition of the bench.