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Hanuman Sharan Dasa | HENB | Ayodhya | July 27, 2017:: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Gorakh Peeth Chief Mahant Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday said the Ram Mandir will be constructed in Ayodhya, nowhere else but on the land what is believed by cores of Hinds as the ‘birthplace of Lord Rama’.
Making strong pitch for the construction of a grand Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya, Yogi Adityanath said he has come in Ayodhya to fulfil the dream of Ramchandra Das Paramhans. Yogi Adityanath arrived Ayodhya to attend an event organised to mark the 14th death anniversary of Mahant Ramchandra Das Paramhans, the high priest of Digambar Akhada who till his death in 2003 was synonymous with the temple movement.
“I have come here to talk on the topic of Ram Mandir. It is Ramchandra Das Paramhans’ dream… that’s why I have come here,” Yogi Adityanath was quoted as saying. Ramchandra Das Paramhans had in 1950 filed a suit in Faizabad seeking permission to offer prayers to idols installed at Asthan Janmabhoomi. On being asked whether the government should bring a law or not to construct the temple, the BJP leader said, “Let the verdict come. The matter is sub judice.”
In May, Yogi Adityanath visited Ayodhya first time after being sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Yogi Adityanath had offered prayers on the banks of River Saryu and also at makeshift Ram Mandir. He was also the first CM in over 15 years to visit the Ram Janmabhoomi site. His visit to Ayodhya had come a day after criminal conspiracy charges were framed against BJP stalwarts including LK Advani, MM Joshi in the 1992 Babri mosque demolition case.
The Allahabad High Court had in 2010 directed that the Ayodhya site, where the disputed Babri Masjid once stood, be split between Nirmohi Akhara, the Waqf Board and the Ramlala, who were all claimants. The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court by its September 30, 2010, verdict ordered that the land around the disputed site would be divided into three parts — one for deity (Ramlala Virajmaan), another for Nirmohi Akhara — a Hindu sect and an original litigant in the case and third for the Muslims.
The Supreme Court had put the Allahabad High court verdict on hold on May 9, 2011, describing it as a “rare judgment whose operation has to be stayed”.
SC to hear the matter soon:
The Supreme Court had last week said that a hearing on the Ram temple row would take place very soon.
Post apex court’s comment petitioner Subramanian Swamy said that a verdict on the matter can be expected by Diwali.
As per Swamy, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister has extended his lawyer’s support to Swamy during SC hearing.
Swamy also sought support from the Centre on the matter saying, “I sent a notice to the centre for sending someone in the court, but it isn’t paying much attention to the case”. He further added saying, “the centre must extend support in the matter as well”.
Refuting any chances of taking a decision amicably Swamy said, “I suggest the people seeking a mosque in Ayodhya to get it constructed elsewhere or on the other side of Saryu River.
__With Agency Inputs.