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Ram Temple part of BJP manifesto, cannot run away from it: Swamy

Congress has accused BJP for selling the name of Lord Ram to siphon off a victory in Uttar Pradesh

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Subramanian Swamy
Senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy

Ahead of Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader on Wednesday said was part of party's manifesto for Lok Sabha polls and added that it is party's obligation to people to deliver the promise.

"The Ram issue is a part of our manifesto in 2014, how can we run away from it? We have to deliver," Swamy said.

Swamy said that the matter cannot be resolved forcibly, but the Supreme Court needs to take some action as the matter is pending from past six years.

"Now it's time for the matter to be heard and disposed off and the Muslim party is also agreeable for the hearing. I am filing an application on this main matter seeking the court to issue notice to the government," he said.

On Tuesday, the Congress accused for selling the name of Lord Ram to siphon off a victory in Uttar Pradesh.

"The Congress has nothing to do with the constructing a museum there (Ayodhya), or the Samajwadi party organising things for the Ramayana mela. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is selling the name of Ram in the wake of upcoming UP polls," said Congress leader DP Singh.

Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Katiyar, on the other hand, asked the BJP-led Central government to intensify its efforts to construct in instead of giving 'lollipop' (Ram museum) to please the people, who are demanding the construction of the temple.

"It's a big mistake; effort should be made to construct the Ram Mandir (temple); this "lolipapi" (handing over Ramayana Museum as lollipop to please the people who are demanding the construction of in Ayodhya) won't work. People ask when will be the constructed? This (Ramayana Museum) is a lollipop, it doesn't have much importance, and thus, they should make positive effort. I would have said this had I been there. It's good that I did not go there," Katiyar said.

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Ram Temple part of BJP manifesto, cannot run away from it: Swamy

Congress has accused BJP for selling the name of Lord Ram to siphon off a victory in Uttar Pradesh

Congress has accused BJP for selling the name of Lord Ram to siphon off a victory in Uttar Pradesh
Ahead of Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader on Wednesday said was part of party's manifesto for Lok Sabha polls and added that it is party's obligation to people to deliver the promise.

"The Ram issue is a part of our manifesto in 2014, how can we run away from it? We have to deliver," Swamy said.

Swamy said that the matter cannot be resolved forcibly, but the Supreme Court needs to take some action as the matter is pending from past six years.

"Now it's time for the matter to be heard and disposed off and the Muslim party is also agreeable for the hearing. I am filing an application on this main matter seeking the court to issue notice to the government," he said.

On Tuesday, the Congress accused for selling the name of Lord Ram to siphon off a victory in Uttar Pradesh.

"The Congress has nothing to do with the constructing a museum there (Ayodhya), or the Samajwadi party organising things for the Ramayana mela. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is selling the name of Ram in the wake of upcoming UP polls," said Congress leader DP Singh.

Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Katiyar, on the other hand, asked the BJP-led Central government to intensify its efforts to construct in instead of giving 'lollipop' (Ram museum) to please the people, who are demanding the construction of the temple.

"It's a big mistake; effort should be made to construct the Ram Mandir (temple); this "lolipapi" (handing over Ramayana Museum as lollipop to please the people who are demanding the construction of in Ayodhya) won't work. People ask when will be the constructed? This (Ramayana Museum) is a lollipop, it doesn't have much importance, and thus, they should make positive effort. I would have said this had I been there. It's good that I did not go there," Katiyar said.
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Ram Temple part of BJP manifesto, cannot run away from it: Swamy

Congress has accused BJP for selling the name of Lord Ram to siphon off a victory in Uttar Pradesh

Ahead of Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader on Wednesday said was part of party's manifesto for Lok Sabha polls and added that it is party's obligation to people to deliver the promise.

"The Ram issue is a part of our manifesto in 2014, how can we run away from it? We have to deliver," Swamy said.

Swamy said that the matter cannot be resolved forcibly, but the Supreme Court needs to take some action as the matter is pending from past six years.

"Now it's time for the matter to be heard and disposed off and the Muslim party is also agreeable for the hearing. I am filing an application on this main matter seeking the court to issue notice to the government," he said.

On Tuesday, the Congress accused for selling the name of Lord Ram to siphon off a victory in Uttar Pradesh.

"The Congress has nothing to do with the constructing a museum there (Ayodhya), or the Samajwadi party organising things for the Ramayana mela. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is selling the name of Ram in the wake of upcoming UP polls," said Congress leader DP Singh.

Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Katiyar, on the other hand, asked the BJP-led Central government to intensify its efforts to construct in instead of giving 'lollipop' (Ram museum) to please the people, who are demanding the construction of the temple.

"It's a big mistake; effort should be made to construct the Ram Mandir (temple); this "lolipapi" (handing over Ramayana Museum as lollipop to please the people who are demanding the construction of in Ayodhya) won't work. People ask when will be the constructed? This (Ramayana Museum) is a lollipop, it doesn't have much importance, and thus, they should make positive effort. I would have said this had I been there. It's good that I did not go there," Katiyar said.

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