People may disturb communal harmony for Ram Temple, so bring law soon..Ramdev to Govt
Warning the Narendra Modi government on Ram Temple, Yoga Guru Ramdev said that people are losing their patience over Ram Temple in Ayodhya and thus government should bring in a law for temple to pacify people. Ramdev warned that people may decide to build temple on their own if law is not enacted and this, Ramdev said would disturb the communal harmony.
New Delhi, Nov 24: Warning the Narendra Modi government on Ram Temple, Yoga Guru Ramdev said that people are losing their patience over Ram Temple in Ayodhya and thus government should bring in a law for temple to pacify people. Ramdev warned that people may decide to build temple on their own if law is not enacted and this, Ramdev said would disturb the communal harmony. “People have lost patience. Bring a law for Ram Mandir or else people will start building it on their own. If people do that, communal harmony could be disturbed. I believe there is no opposition to Ram in country, all Hindus, Muslims & Christians are his descendants,” said RamdevMeanwhile, a day before the Dharam Sabha called by the Vishva Hindu Parishad, Ayodhya was virtually turned into fortress with multiple layers of security and deployment of drones to keep an eye on possible mischief- mongers. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has said the scheduled 'Dharam Sabha' in Ayodhya on Sunday was its "last effort" to clear the hurdles for the construction of a Ram temple in the temple town. The meeting has been called to discuss a strategy for the early construction of the temple. organisers claim that more than 3 lakh VHP and RSS workers are expected to gather in AyodhyaA UP Police spokesperson said one additional DGP, one deputy inspector general (DIG), three senior superintendents of police (SSPs), 10 additional SPs, 21 deputy SPs, 160 inspectors, 700 constables, 42 companies of PAC, five companies of RAF, ATS commandos and drones were deployed here.When contacted, Ayodhya mayor Rishikesh Upadhyay told PTI that adequate security arrangements were made by the police and district administration in the town, located 120 km from state capital, Lucknow."As many as 13 parking slots have been provided for the event. No permission was given to the Shiv Sena by the government to hold a rally," the mayor said.Despite a slight chill in the air, the temple town seems to be reeling under the political heat generated by the 'Dharam Sabha', being held to call for the construction of a grand temple for Lord Ram here.A pamphlet recently released by the VHP raises the pitch for its construction. It reads "Saugandh Ram ki khaate hai, hum mandir bhavya banayenge (We pledge in the name of Lord Ram that we will build a grand temple for him)" and urges devotees to be a part of the movement.Vishva Hindu Parishad was founded on August 29, 1964 on the auspicious day of Shri Krishna Janmasthami. Its objective is to organise, consolidate the Hindu society and serve, protect the Hindu Dharma.The organisers of the Dharam Sabha claim the more than 3 lakh devotees of Lord Ram were likely to arrive for the programme this Sunday.VHP media in-charge Ambuj Ojha said, "After staying in a 'taat' (tent), Lord Ram is expecting a revival of bravado among his devotees. The moment has come. The temple must be built where Ram Lalla is currently seated. Also, there should not be any mosque in the cultural boundary of Ayodhya."In a statement, VHP regional organisational secretary Bholend said there would be no more congregations and the next stop for them would be the beginning of the temple's construction."Ab mandir nirman ke liye sabhayein, pradarshan aur dharna ityadi nahin honge na hi virodhiyon ko samjhaya jayega...seedhe mandir nirman hoga (There would no longer be meetings, processions and protests for Ram temple, opponents will no longer be engaged with... There will only be temple construction)," he added.News24 Bureau/Agencies