Rajya Sabha Member and senior BJP leader Dr. Subramanian Swamy has said that they were confident of winning the Ayodhya case within 4 months. “We will win the Ayodhya case in four months,” claimed Dr. Swamy. “The issue has to be resolved quickly. Presently the Supreme Court is busy with the issue of Triple Talaq. There are not many judges at present, but I will soon approach the court again and request them to form a bench,” said Swamy addressing a 1800 strong Virat Hindustan Sangam’s supporters at Hyderabad on Sunday.
Dr. Swamy reiterated his earlier stand saying that the Ram temple construction in Ayodhya would begin in 2018. Dr. Swamy also spoke about why the Babri Masjid was not named Babur Masjid. The Member of Parliament claimed that he was curious to find out about the name and that’s why he got the Baburnama translated into English. Dr. Swamy found out that Babri was a 7 year old boy who Babur had an extra affection for. He however made it clear that he did not want to elaborate on the topic.
Paripoornananda Saraswati, head of Sreepeetham Ashram gave a strong reply to AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, who had dared BJP president Amit Shah to contest from Hyderabad. “This time the elections at Hyderabad will not be between two political parties, it will be between two political ideologies. It will be between one who says Bharat Mati Ki Jai and the other who refuses to say it,” said Paripoornananda Saraswati.
The head of the Sreepeetham Ashram also added that the issue of Ram Mandir could be settled very quickly as Yogi Adityanath was now the CM of UP. Paripoornananda Saraswati said that they were ready for an out of court settlement and they could do it easily as Yogi Adityanath, the UP CM was also prepared for it. Paripoornananda Saraswati added that Muslims would not stand in the way of the temple as they were too tired of the vote bank politics.
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Source & Credit: The New Indian Express