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It was Congress that delayed the court hearing in Ayodhya case: Amit Shah in Jharkhand

 Shah asserted that the Raghuvar Das government in Jharkhand has not only brought development in the state but has worked very well to thwart left-wing extremism.

Home Minister and BJP president Amit Shah addressed an election rally Jharkhand’s Latehar yesterday. Addressing a huge crowd, Amit Shah stated that everyone in the country wanted a Ram Mandir at the Ram Janmabhoomi. But the Congress kept delaying the court hearings.

Shah stated that after a long wait, finally, the Supreme Court has cleared the way for building a grand Ram temple at the birthplace of Lord Ram.


He further targetted the opposition, saying that they should answer to India on why they had failed to alleviate poverty and provide the people of India with basic necessities like health care cooking gas, electricity and toilets despite after ruling for 70 years.

Shah asserted that the Raghuvar Das government in Jharkhand has not only brought development in the state but has worked very well to thwart left-wing extremism. He added further that the Das government has ensured that the welfare schemes of the government reach to the poor in every nook and corner of the state.

Read: ‘Congress should not create obstacles,’ PM Modi on Ram Temple issue in an interview to ANI

Shah also stated that Congress had dragged the Kashmir issue for 70 years. But with the abrogation of Article 370, the NDA government has ensured that Kashmir will be brought on the path of development.

It was the first rally by the BJP president after the EC announced the dates for Jharkhand elections. Jharkhand will have elections in 5 phases, beginning from November 30. The counting of votes will be done on December 23.

 

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