On Monday, “Sah Karyavahak” of RSS Bhaiyyaji Joshi has offered his prayer at the Makeshift Temple to Lord Ram at the disputed site in Ayodhya and hoped this to be his last “Darshan” of the lord under a tent.

In the temple town to experience the preparations for the “Dharm Sabha” to be organized on November 25, other RSS leader also said that he prays to the God that next time he dwells in Ayodhya because he along with other RSS leaders and countrymen wanted to visit Lord Ram in a big temple in Ayodhya.

The comment is considered as a pressure, which is rising in BJP government at the center to bring back an ordinance or Bill, which will bring the earliest construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.

He continued that the event scheduled on November 25 is being held at Hindu seer’s request as Hindus will participate at the religious event.

Bhaiyyaji Joshi further reiterated the commitment of BJP for the construction of Ram Temple at the earliest.

“We assume that the Hindu community at large would accept the invite of the seers for the Dharm Sabha and turn up in large numbers” added Mr. Joshi.

When asked to respond on what should centre government do, he denied to comment on that but said that they will request the Supreme Court, who has put the issue on hold- to “acknowledge that the matter is very sensitive and pertains to the faith for Ram temple construction” and to “remove the obstacles in its way.”

Bhaiyyaji Joshi further urged PM Modi to intervene in the long-pending matter of Ram Temple construction in Ayodhya and bring out an early solution to it.

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