Why the BJP is bringing the issue of Ram temple in front?

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Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, India, Jogi Adityanath has announced that the final decision has been taken to plan a huge statue of Ram, Hindu god Ram in Ayodhya. This statue placed inside the temple will be the central attraction of Oudh in the future.

On Wednesday (November 7th) in the morning in the controversial land of Ayodhya (where Babri Mosque was located), Ram Mandir’s temporal temple inspection was announced by Yogi Adityanath.

Earlier on Tuesday (November 6th) he changed the name of ‘Ayodhya’ to Faizabad town. Simultaneously, a medical college will be established in the name of Ramchandra and the name of Ramchandra’s father, Disharatha.

The Ram temple has to be built around the Babri Mosque premises almost three decades ago – the demand has been raised by the BJP and the Hindutva organizations. Legal complexity has reached the Supreme Court. Suddenly the state’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath announced the construction of this temple. But instead of the controversial land, the temple is going to pick new places.

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Meanwhile, why BJP and Hindutva organizations want to bring the Ram temple issue back in the future? The issue has started criticizing the issue.

Arundhati Mukherjee, Joint Secretary of Ajalk Patrika of Kolkata to BCC Bengal, said, “Before Narendra Modi’s last election, Narendra Modi himself described as India’s patron. But after four years, he does not have any such development activities. That is why they have been raising the issue of Ram Mandir so long – in which, the votes of Hindus can be assembled in joint efforts by the saints, SSS, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, all. ‘

Delhi’s senior journalist Gautam Lahiri said, “The main objective is to vote for Loksabha. Modi gave a lot of emphasis on the employment of the youth, but the statistics say the situation is not good. That is why Modi is seeking the passage of the election by using Hindu sentiments in the old, familiar and tested way.

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