But he also claimed that the party had never contested elections on the Ram temple issue and its agenda has always been development.
"We support construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya," Pandey said.
"The case is in court and we hope that the decision will be in our favour," he said, referring to the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case.
"However, the temple will be constructed through any means," the BJP leader told reporters.
"The chief minister expressed his views about Hanuman, the one who was behind uniting all in Ramayana. But people who worry about 'gotra' started finding caste and 'gotra' in this too," he said.
At a recent election meeting in Rajasthan, Adityanath had said, "Bajrang bali hamari bharatiya parampara mein ek aise lokdevta hain jo swayam vanvaasi hai, girvasi hain, Dalit hain, vanchit hai (Hanuman was a forest dweller, a Dalit and deprived)."
Pandey expressed confidence about the BJP's victory in 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Other parties can forge alliances with each other, but we make alliance with people and will win 2019 with massive number of votes, he said.
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