‘Ram bhakta’ Adityanath may broker peace over Ayodhya temple and settle Babri Masjid dispute
The firebrand Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday made it clear that he is Ram bhakta first and will keep coming to Ayodhya again and again even if anyone has any objections to his visits.
Yogi was on his second visit to the birth-place of Lord Rama in the last 4 months. He was in Ayodhya to pay tribute to Mahant Ramchandra Paramhansdas, the Chairman of Ram Janambhoomi Nyas and one of the main architect of Ram temple movement, on his death anniversary.
Earlier, Yogi Adityanath had visited Ayodhya on May 31, 2017 and had offered prayers at the makeshift temple of Lord Rama and Hanumangarh. He was the first Chief Minister after Kalyan Singh in 1991 who had offered prayers at the makeshift temple.
“I was frequently coming to Ayodhya earlier. I am Ram bhakta first (chief minister later) and I will keep coming to Ayodhya again and again. No one should have any objections to my visit,” he told mediapersons when asked the purpose of his visit. “It is a strange question to be asked. India is known because of Lord Rama who is a symbol of world’s cultural heritage. There are country’s in the world where Ramlila …read more