Lucknow, June 25: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday made it clear that a temple would be definitely built at Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site. While addressing a “Sant Sammelan” in Ayodhya, the Chief Minister said that Lord Ram is the master of this Universe and “there should be no doubt” regarding the Ram temple being built at Ayodhya. Also Read - Uttar Pradesh Government Will Bring Law to Curb 'Love Jihad': CM Yogi Adityanath
Speaking at the event, the UP CM said, “Maryada Purushotam Ram is brahmand ke swami hain. Swabhavik roop se Ayodhya mein jab prabhu Ram ki kripa hogi toh Ayodhya mein bhagwan Ram ka bhavya mandir banke hi rahega… ismein koi sandeh hona hi nahin chahiye (Lord Ram is the master of this universe. It is obvious that when Ayodhya has his blessings, the Ram temple would be built in Ayodhya… there should be no doubt about this).” Also Read - After Coronavirus Ends, Arrangement For Lord Ram's Darshan Will Be Made From Every UP Village: Yogi Adityanath
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Yogi also launched a scathing attack on Congress president Rahul Gandhi saying he (Rahul) remembers temples only during elections.
“The Congress president remembers temples only during the elections. Four generations of Rahul’s family have never wore a ‘janeu’ (sacred thread worn by Hindus), but at the time of elections, he shows his janeu.” “The four generations of Rahul Gandhi have never moved a step towards a temple. One should visit a temple with a feeling of devotion and not for politics or to show off,” the Chief Minister said while addressing the function at Chhibramau.
Yogi Adityanath also accused Gandhi and other Congress leaders of trying to demotivate the Indian Army by questioning its bonafide acts.