As the Supreme Court concluded the hearing in the Ram Janambhoomi case today, BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj has said that the construction of the Ram Mandir will start on 6th December. The member of Parliament from Unnao in UP has said that it is logical that the construction of the temple should begin on the date when the structure was demolished.
On 6th December in 1992, the disputed structure of Babri Masjid was demolished by Kar Sevaks, which stood at the site of the Lord Ram’s birthplace.
“This dream is being realised due to the efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath,” Sakshi Maharaj said while talking to reporters in Unnao today. He said that Hindus and Muslims should come together to build the temple. “The Sunni Waqf Board should accept the fact that Babar was an invader and not their ancestor,” he added.
The Parliamentarian said that the verdict that the Supreme Court will deliver after four weeks will be in the favour of Hindus only. He said that not only entire India and the whole world, even the Gods and Goddesses, including Lord Ram, are looking at the Supreme Court proceedings.
He said there will be two Diwalis, once during Diwali, and then after the verdict comes. He added that work on the Ram Mandir is going on since the Silanyas was done, and the grand temple will be ready in six months.
The Supreme Court today concluded the hearing the appeals filed by Hindu and Muslim parties against the Allahabad High Court which had split the disputed site into three parts and had allotted each part to two Hindu parties and one Muslim Party. The verdict in the case is expected before November 17, the date when the chief justice of India Ranjan Gogoi retires.