‘BJP com­mit­ted to Ram tem­ple in Ay­o­d­hya’

DNA Sunday (Mumbai) - - INDI - —PTI —Agen­cies

Mathura: Ex­press­ing the com­mit­ment of BJP to Palam­pur res­o­lu­tion, BJP Ut­tar Pradesh spokesper­son Man­ish Shukla said on Sat­ur­day that Ram tem­ple would be con­structed in Ay­o­d­hya soon.

At its Palam­pur (Hi­machal Pradesh) con­ven­tion in 1989, the BJP had adopted a res­o­lu­tion to build a tem­ple at the birth place of lord Ram in Ay­o­d­hya.

“Right from the or­der of Al­la­habad High court to other or­ders of lower courts, it has been es­tab­lished Ram tem­ple ex­isted where de­ity of lord Ram has been placed in Ay­o­d­hya, Shukla said.

Shukla claimed that ow­ing to ef­forts of BJP-lead cen­tral gov­ern­ment, Supreme Court agreed for a day-to-day hear­ing from Oc­to­ber 29 on Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid

land dis­pute case.

The ti­tle dis­pute hear­ing in the case will com­mence from Oc­to­ber 29.

“BJP is of the firm view that Ram tem­ple ex­isted at Ram Janmabhoomi Ay­o­d­hya since ages and would con­tinue to re­main in fu­ture also af­ter the con­struc­tion of mag­ni­fi­cient tem­ple at the site,” he said. Re­ject­ing al­le­ga­tions, that “BJP re­mem­bers Ram tem­ple dur­ing elec­tions only”, Shukla said, it is a mat­ter of faith for the party.

On the al­le­ga­tion that BJP re­mains in­dif­fer­ent to­wards price rise, Shukla said only BJP has sin­cerely thought of poor af­ter the in­de­pen­dence.

He cited Cen­tre’s ‘Ayush­man Bharat’ scheme, free LPG and power con­nec­tions to de­fend the Modi gov­ern­ment. Lucknow: A man was ar­rested from Bu­land­shahr dis­trict of Ut­tar Pradesh for al­legedly shar­ing vi­tal in­for­ma­tion with Pak­istan spy agency ISI, the po­lice said on Sat­ur­day.

Mo­ham­mad Zahid was taken into cus­tody on Fri­day night. The po­lice in Bu­land­shahr have re­cov­ered se­cret doc­u­ments and maps of pro­hib­ited ar­eas from him among oth­ers, the cops said in a re­lease.

He was held fol­low­ing a tip that a per­son in Khurja town in the dis­trict was send­ing se­cret doc­u­ments, pro­hib­ited maps and other im­por­tant in­for­ma­tion through dif­fer­ent means to the In­ter-Ser­vices In­tel­li­gence (ISI) as an agent, it said.

The po­lice re­lease said a case was reg­is­tered and the mat­ter is be­ing probed. It said a mo­bile phone, a voter ID card, Aad­haar card and Rs 2,540 in cash were also seized from him.

Zahid is a res­i­dent of Khurja in Bu­land­shahr and had vis­ited Pak­istan twice to meet his rel­a­tives, ac­cord­ing to the re­lease.

In a case of hon­ey­trap laid by the ISI, an en­gi­neer with sen­si­tive ‘BrahMos Unit’ of the De­fence Re­search and De­vel­op­ment Or­gan­i­sa­tion was ar­rested ear­lier this month for al­legedly leak­ing out sen­si­tive in­for­ma­tion about the BrahMos mis­sile.

The po­lice said the ac­cused Nis­hant Ag­gar­wal worked with the BrahMos Aero­space Pri­vate Lim­ited in Nag­pur.

Man­ish Shukla: A Ram tem­ple ex­isted in Ay­o­d­hya for ages

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