New Delhi: The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Sunday will organise a massive rally ‘Dharma Sabha’ at Ramlila Maidan in the national capital demanding an ordinance for construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. The mega event comes days before the commencement of the Parliament’s winter session.
“The ‘dharam sansad’ – congregation of Hindu priests – at the Ramlila ground tomorrow will be addressed by RSS’ executive head Suresh ‘Bhaiyyaji’ Joshi. It will be a massive gathering which will change the hearts of all those who are not in favour of bringing the bill for construction of a grand Ram temple in Ayodhaya,” VHP’s spokesperson Vinod Bansal said on Saturday.
Outfit’s general secretary Surendra Jain claimed that if in any case the bill does not come in this winter session, then future course of action will be decided at the next ‘dharam sansad’, which will be held in Allahabad on the sidelines of ‘mahakumbh’ on January 31 and February 1, next year.
The VHP has been saying that it was confident that the bill will be tabled in the upcoming winter session of Parliament for paving the way for construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya.
Apart from Joshi, VHP president Vishnu Sadashiv Kokje and its international working president Alok Kumar will also address the rally. The event will be addressed the numerous saints who will gather to attend the rally.
The organisation has been carrying out door-to-door campaign in the national capital and its adjoining areas for making this rally a grand success.
Meanwhile, National Conference (NC) chairman Farooq Abdullah on Saturday said that the Central government is allegedly fooling the people of the country by ignoring real issues of farmers, unemployment, and Dalits, and is fighting for the Ram temple. “Today, India is not fighting for the matters that matter to India, farmers, unemployed, the downtrodden, Dalits. They (the government) are fighting for Ram! They are fooling the people, and are destroying Kashmir,” he said.
Notably, the Supreme Court has recently declined an early hearing of petitions in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute case. It had earlier fixed the case for the first week of January before an “appropriate bench”, which will decide the schedule of hearing.