UP deputy CM KP Maurya says Ram Temple matter is sub-judice, we can't do anything
Updated:  Nov 03, 2018, 09:00 AM
KP Maurya, deputy CM of UP said BJP cannot do anything about Ram Temple matter as it is sub-judice before the Supreme Court.
At a time when Ram Temple issue is playing a crucial role in the election and every party is trying to benefit from the issues in their own way, the deputy chief minister of Uttar Pradesh said that his government's priority was the development of Ayodhya. He told reporters, "Ram temple matter is sub-judice before SC, we can't do anything about it. But no one is stopping us from erecting a grand statue of 'Ram Lalla' in Ayodhya. If someone stops us, we'll see. No one can stop us from developing Ayodhya".
While Maurya is saying the issue is sub-judice, the Chief Minister of UP, on the other hand, gave assurance that the construction of the Ram Temple would begin before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
BJP questioned the intention of opposition regarding Ram Temple, but now its own alliance Shiv Sena attack BJP for not making efforts to build the temple. In an editorial in Saamna, its mouthpiece, Sena questioned why an ordinance has not yet been brought for the Ram Temple. In the last hearing on October 29, Supreme Court adjourned the land dispute hearing till January of the next year.
Ram Vilas Vedanti, President of Ram Janambhoomi Nyas said that a Ram Temple would be built in Ayodhya through mutual consent while a masjid would be constructed in Lucknow.
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