Ram Mandir row: BJP MP Rakesh Sinha likely to introduce private member bill in Winter Session of Parliament

This is likely to be done to pave way for the building of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.

BJP’s  major decision on Ram Mandir issue; MP Rakesh Sinha likely to introduce private member bill: SOURCES
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By: ABP News Bureau
Updated: 01 Nov 2018 12:57 PM
New Delhi: Ram Mandir issue has once again come to limelight as political fervor is rising in the country. As per sources, Bharatiya Janta Party MP Rakesh Sinha is likely to bring a private member bill on Ram Mandir issue in the Parliament Session in December. This is likely to be done to pave way for the building of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. This comes after the apex court had deferred the hearing in the case till January. The moving of the bill also comes in the backdrop of Sangh-affiliated groups'demands that the government should come out with an ordinance or legislation in the Winter session of Parliament for early construction of Ram temple at Ayodhya ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha polls without waiting for the apex court. The Congress has called for restraint and said it would be appropriate to wait for the Supreme Court verdict and not link it to "votebank politics". The winter session is likely begin in the first half of December.

RSS asks government to buy the land:


RSS has now asked the country to fulfill its promise on the same and acquire the land in Ayodhya and get a temple built. RSS Chief had earlier given a statement that the work of building Ram Mandir should not be further delayed. Now, RSS spokesperson Manmohan Vaidya has said that government should acquire land for building Ram temple. Vaidya has also claimed that it has already been proved that there was a temple in Ayodhya before, which was later demolished for the building of mosque.







Justice delayed is justice denied: UP CM Yogi

A day after the Supreme Court decided against urgent hearings in the Ram Janmahoomi-Babri Masjid case, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said justice delayed can be justice denied.

"The matter pertaining to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi is before the Supreme Court. Justice delivered timely is considered to be the best justice. Delay in justice sometimes amounts to injustice."

Congress lashes out:

Taking on BJP over Rakesh Sinha's statement on private member bill on Ram Mandir; Congress spokesperson Pawan Kheda in an exclusive to ABP News said "BJP is indulging in the politics of fooling people. He further said that this is either being done to divert the attention from all the burning issues or BJP has dearth of knowledge".

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