Gujarat elections: Why Congress is linking Ram Mandir to polls, asks Modi

Gujarat elections: Why Congress is linking Ram Mandir to polls, asks Modi

Gujarat elections: Why Congress is linking Ram Mandir to polls, asks Modi

Modi's remarks came a day after Sibal while representing the Sunni Waqf Board on Tuesday urged the Supreme Court to defer hearing in the Ayodhya title suit till July 2019 when the next Lok Sabha elections will be over. Reacting swiftly to BJP president Amit Shah's allegations on the Congress's stand on Ram temple in Ayodhya, Randeep Surjewala and Pawan Khera, the national spokespersons of the Congress, said that the Congress stand on the Ram temple was similar to the BJP's - the readiness to accept the verdict of the Supreme Court.

Congress leader Kapil Sibal hit back at Modi, saying that he ought to check facts before making statements.

"Yesterday, Sibal advocated the cause of the Muslim community". Slamming Congress, he further said, "If a road to solution is coming let it come.All should work towards a peaceful solution. but they (Congress party) are trying to create hurdles".

The High court, in 2010, had decided that the disputed land of 2.77 acre will be divided in three-way among the parties - the Sunni Waqf Board, the Nirmohi Akhara, and the Lord Ram Lalla. "You want to keep the issue unresolved for political gain and losses in the elections?"

Regarding the timing of building a Ram temple in Ayodhya, Sibal said, " We believe in the Lord, we don't believe in you Modi ji.

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"But you dare say that the case should not be heard till 2019 elections". Prime Minister said, "I congratulate Sunni Waqf Board for their statement -- their statement is good and I welcome it".

Union Minister of Law and Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday questioned the Congress Party's stand on the controversial Ram Janmbhoomi matter. Modi asked at a rally in Gujarat's Dhandhuka. "We have got nothing to do with his statement", Mehboob said. We want to take the country forward, but he wants to take it behind.

Modi, while remembering Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar on his 61st death anniversary today, claimed the Congress did injustice to the architect of the Constitution as well.

"The character of Rahul Gandhi and Congress has once again been revealed in front of the people".

On the cyclone Ockhi dissipating and sparing the state any devastation, Modi mocked the opposition partys slogan for the Gujarat elections, which said Congress ave che (Congress is coming). "They have also gone from Varanasi and Uttar Pradesh", Modi said, taking a swipe at the opposition party over their humiliating electoral defeat in the northern state.

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