The issue of Ram Janmabhoomi is not about politics, it is about religious sentiments: Urges CM Yogi Adityanath to Supreme Court

Tomorrow is the much awaited day for which people of the nation have been waiting for years. Tomorrow Supreme Court will pen down the verdict in case of Ram Janambhoomi. All eyes are looking at Supreme Court with a ray of hope for getting positive verdict in favour of Lord Rama Temple

Amidst, Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath has set the bugle for the construction of temple. CM Yogi Adityanath has urged the Supreme Court to give the verdict in favour of Ram Mandir

CM Yogi Adityanath has appealed to court as it has given verdict on Sabarimala temple by not delaying too much similarly Ram Mandir verdict should be given at earliest as this is necessary for restoration of peace in the country.CM Yogi Adityanath stated that the topmost court should not discriminate in giving decisions as the matter doesn’t have any political significance but is matter of one’s religious beliefs.

“There should be no discrimination. If the Supreme Court can give its verdict on the Sabarimala Temple, then we appeal that a decision on the Ram Mandir should also be taken as soon as possible. This is best for peace in the country. Moreover, the issue of Ram Janmabhoomi is not about politics, it is about religious sentiments,” Yogi Adityanath said on Saturday during an event.

CM Yogi Adityanath also revealed his plans of grand celebrations of Diwali at Ayodhya. He said “Diwali in Ayodhya and Holi in Barsana, Mathura have been celebrated wholeheartedly. Now, we will celebrate Diwali with magnificent preparations in which we will welcome the President of South Korea to celebrate the festival with us”.
In order to restore the Ayodhya’s history and heritage CM Yogi Government is making continuous efforts.

Diwali celebrations this year will be a three-day mega event held on 4, 5, 6 November. Governor Ram Naik, the CM, cabinet ministers and thousands of pilgrims will converge at the Ayodhya to celebrate the homecoming of Lord Rama after 14 years of exile. The river Sarayu will be lit with thousands of diyas in the evening on the third day as a part of Deepotsava, a mega event organised by the Uttar Pradesh government. It is this event that the First Lady of South Korea will be attending.

The occasion will also be used for laying the foundation stone for Queen Suriratna Memorial Project in honour of the Ayodhyan princess who went to Korea in AD 48 and married the King there. Called as Queen Hur Hwang-ok by the Koreans, a lot of their countrymen trace their lineage back to her. To strengthen this cultural bond, an international ‘Sister City’ agreement was also signed in 2001.Yogi Adityanath Governemnt has also invited foreign media to give worldwide coverage to the event and put Ayodhya on the global map.

We hope tomorrow’s Supreme Court verdict will add more grace to the occasion and this year at Diwali dream of lakhs of people for the construction of Ram Mandir at birthplace of Ram will be realized

“Mandir Wahin Banega Jhaan Bhgwan Ram Ka Janam Hua Tha !! Jai Ram Lala Ki”

Source : Republic World