….then it will take 1000 years to build Ram Mandir: Sanjay Raut

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NPNEWS24 ONLINE-  The issue of Ram Mandir (Temple) has been in discussion in a Political circle as well as in common people too. The Supreme Court (SC) stopped the hearing of controversial Babri Masjid case and declared that the next hearing will take place in January 2019.

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After this decision of SC, various responses are coming from all over the country. Now, Shiv Sena’s Member of Parliament (MP) Sanjay Raut also took part in it by commenting ‘Ram Mandir will not be built after 1000 of years also if wait for the court’s verdict.’

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Uddhav Thackeray’s visit to Ayodhya is fully prepared. He will go to Ayodhya on November 25. He is going there for reminding the promise of Ram Mandir to BJP government and Modi, said by Sanjay Raut.

Now, Hindu parties and organizations are demanding that central government should take a role regarding the building of Ram Mandir. The central government should make an action as soon as possible or withdraw the ordinance for the construction of the temple, as per the demands made by Shiv Sena.

The BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP Rakesh Sinha said that he will bring a private bill in Parliament. Sinha asked opposition parties about their role in Ram Mandir. There is the possibility of bringing a private bill in the winter session of Parliament.

Ram Mandir and Election 2019 :

This is the perfect example of how religious issue can pollute the politics…what happens when religion comes into politics…

This issue is connected with human sentiments. So, everyone’s attention is on the Supreme Court’s decision on the dispute of Ram Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid which will be heard in January.

Lok Sabha elections will be held in at next year, So this case will surely make an impact on the election results. This is not the first time when political parties like BJP and Shiv Sena, which follows right-wing ideology making the religious issue to political issues.