BJP will never back-off on issue of Ram Mandir, Amit Shah assures in Jaipur

Shah was addressing the youth of the state at an interaction event in Jaipur.

BJP President Amit Shah at an election event in Jaipur on Wednesday gave assurance regarding BJP’s stand on Ram Mandir, reports News18.

BJP President was attending ‘Yuva ki baat, Amit Shah ke saath’ event in the state capital. He answered many questions related to national and international importance. He also attacked electoral rival in state Congress for promoting nepotism and appeasement politics, for electoral gains.

Amit Shah also mentioned the recent incident of Bikaner, where Congress leader Dr BD Kalla prompted his supporters not to chant ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’. Instead, he dictated them to chant slogans hailng Congress President Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi. Amit Shah said those who are ashamed of chanting pro-India slogans must be ashamed of consuming the grains of the land.

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He also took the opportunity to tell supporters about CM Vasundhara Raje’s accomplishments in the state. Shah also claimed that no family in Rajasthan is left untouched by CM Raje’s schemes of welfare. He also slammed the construction of ópportunistic’ alliance in the country with the only agenda to oust Modi government.

“The country doesn’t need a majbur (compelled) government, but majbut (strong) government headed by Narendra Modi”, Amit Shah said.

The BJP President emphasized and reminded the fact that Ram Mandir, is a part of their party’s manifesto.

”We believe in the judicial process to begin the construction of the temple, and we will construct it very soon” He added.

Rajasthan will go to polls in a single phase on December 7 along with Telangana.

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