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'Will only vote for Ram Temple,' interrupts audience during Rajnath Singh's speech at Kumbh event in Lucknow

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 24 December 2018, 12:10 IST
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Home Minister Rajnath Singh was in Lucknow yesterday and delivering a speech at a Kumbh event when the audience interrupted him with the chants of Ram Temple.

While Rajnath Singh was delivering his speech, in the middle of it some people from the crowd started raising slogans that they will vote for Ram temple and if the party builds it, then only they will win.

Jo Mandir Banwayega, vote ussi ko jayega (We will vote for the party, which constructs the Ram Temple),” chanted the audience in between the speech of Rajnath Singh and it created a scene for the BJP party workers.

In the mean time, the organisers had requested the audience to maintain the decorum and by calm in listening the Home Minister. Rajnath, who is a parliamentarian from Lucknow, was speaking at the Yuva Kumbh event in Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow where the member of the right-wing party were in the attendance but the speech was interrupted just after four minutes as it began.

And the audience was asked to be silent and then only the program would resume. Rajnath Singh has been at the center of controversy in UP, since the demand for the Ram Mandir were raised.

 

Although, UP CM Yogi Adityanath has been raising his voice to build the temple by surpassing the judiciary and bringing a law in the parliament, to start the construction of Ram Mandir. In every election campaign and BJP’s manifesto, the Ram Mandir has been given a space of its own yet even at the heights of this jumla, Ram lala lives in a tent in Ayodhya.

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First published: 24 December 2018, 12:10 IST
 
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