New Delhi: Undermining the Supreme Court’s decision to adjourn the hearing of the Ayodhya title suit till January 2019, Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Sadhvi Prachi on Saturday said that Ram Mandir will be constructed in Ayodhya and they will lay the foundation stone of the same on December 6, 2018. She added that they don’t need anyone for the construction of the temple. “Call Hindus of the country and announce the construction of Ram Mandir. The temple will be built,” the VHP leader claimed.Also Read - Diwali 2021: Artists Perform Ramlila as Deepotsav Celebrations Begin in Ayodhya | Highlights
Speaking to reporters, the VHP leader said, ” Ram ji ka mandir banega dhoom dhaam se. 6 December ko hi hume shilanyas karna hai. Ayodhya ke andar hindustan ke hinduon ko bulao, Ram Mandir ki ghoshna karo. Kisi ki zarurat nahi. Ram Mandir ban jayega (The Ram temple will be built with full revelry. Will lay the foundation on December 6 this year. Call Hindus of Ayodhya and announce the construction of Ram Mandir. We don’t need anyone.” (‘Big Announcement’ on Ram Mandir This Diwali, Wait For it: UP BJP Chief) Also Read - Ayodhya Seer Files Police Complaint Against Ram Mandir Trustees Over Nazul Land
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Earlier in the day, former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and Ram Janambhoomi Nyas president Ram Vilas Vedanti had also claimed that the construction of Ram temple will begin in December. “Without an ordinance and on the basis of mutual agreement, Ram temple will be constructed in Ayodhya and a masjid will be constructed in Lucknow,” Vedanti had said, while speaking to reporters.
Meanwhile, BJP’s National General Secretary has defended RSS’ ‘1992-like agitation’ remark, saying the temple supporters have started feeling anxious as the wastage of time on the part of the judiciary before 1992 is being repeated.
On October 29, the Supreme Court had adjourned the hearing of the Ayodhya title suit case until January 2019. The apex court had adjourned the matter, which challenged the Allahabad High Court verdict of 2010 that ruled that the disputed land in Ayodhya should be divided into three parts for each party – the Sunni Waqf Board, the Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lala.