Deputy Chief Minister of UP, Keshav Prasad Maurya on Tuesday revised his earlier statement on Ramjnamabhoomi dispute and expressed that even Muslims majority wants Ram Temple in Ayodhya to be built.
Criticising the statement of Congress Party members, Mr. Maurya looked over the Ayodhya dispute as a political trouble. He reports source that “Just like other devotees of Lord Ram, I also want that Ram temple should be constructed in Ayodhya at the earliest. Currently, the matter is being heard in the Supreme Court. We are waiting for its judgment.”
He continued that “The BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) has always been in favor of the construction of Ram temple. It’s not a political issue; rather it’s about our faith.”
Uttar Pradesh Deputy CM further said that in Lok Sabha, BJP holds a majority but lacks the same number in Rajya Sabha to pass a Bill for solving the Ayodhya issue and take initiatives to construct Ram Temple.
He added saying “Majority of Muslims also want Ram temple to be made, but due to some political reasons, especially the Congress party does not want consecutive hearings in the Supreme Court. They do not want Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya.”
The day before today, he has suggested for two option to easily resolve the political dispute related to the construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. He even requested the Parliament to re-think over the dispute and pass a law as soon as possible to construct Ram Temple.
Mr. Maurya added that “there is demand from saints to resolve the issue at the earliest. If there is any delay in the judgment, there are other options, such as dialogue or passing a law in Parliament. But the signals we are getting indicate that there would not be any delay.”
In the year 1528, the Babri Masjid was built by Babur, the first Mughal Empire in Ayodhya and on December 6, 1992 disputes raised demanding the ground owned by Hindu activist. He claimed that the mosque was constructed after demolishing Hindu Ram Temple, which was originally placed there. From that day, hundreds of hearings have been held in the Top Court regarding the Ayodhya disputes with the construction of Ram Temple.