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VHP invokes 1992 ghost, warns Hindus' patience thinning on Ram temple issue

Seers claims breakthrough in Ram temple issue expected after December 11

Ayodhya Case  |  Ayodhya Dispute  |  Ram Temple

Virendra Singh Rawat  |  Ayodhya 

Dharam Sabha, VHP, Ram temple, Ayodhya
Supporters participate in Dharam Sabha, being organised by the VHP to push for the construction of the Ram temple, in Ayodhya, on Sunday | Photo: PTI

An uneasy calm in Ayodhya was intermittently broken on Sunday morning by blaring of horns by SUVs sporting saffron flags and ferrying enthusiastic Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) activists to the temple town in Uttar Pradesh for a congregation to demand the early construction of a .



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First Published: Sun, November 25 2018. 18:14 IST