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Upendra Bharti | HENB | New Delhi | Nov 3, 2018:: Expressing its arrogance over the senseless Indian Polity and Judiciary, the highest forum of ‘Akhil Bharatiya Sant Samiti’ assembled in its Special Central Committee Meeting in Delhi which cautioned the Govt and its Judiciary to take care of issues of Hindu interest without ignoring those anymore.
The Two days Special Sitting (2nd and 3rd Nov), held at Param Dham of Mahamandleshwar Paramananda Giri Ji in Dilshad Garden area of Delhi, urged the Central Govt to pass ordinances on Ram Temple, Cow Slaughter Ban, Protection of Ganga and Uniform Civil Code in the coming winter session of the parliament. The prominent saints and seers present in the Dharma Sansad also demanded Govt’s strong intervention to stop Love Jihad and Conversion along with the proper rehabilitation of Pandits and Hindus in Kashmir valley.
The demand for a Ram Temple at Ayodhya cannot be left to the mercy of the judiciary for eternity and it is now up to the central government to bring a law on the lines of the legislation that facilitated the construction of the Somnath Temple, an influential assembly of sants has said.
A press statement after the two-day deliberations here on Saturday said various legal devices have been used to delay a judgement on the Ayodhya issue such as a reference to a 1994 SC verdict that ruled that a mosque is not an integral part of Islam. “This issue had nothing to do with the Ram Temple,” it said. The press release also demanded daily hearing of Ayodhya case in the Supreme court to dispose the same within a month.
The Vishesh Adhiveshan (Special Sitting), held under the auspices of the Akhil Bharatiya Sant Samiti (All India Saints & Seers Committee), saw a detailed reference to the Ram Temple in keeping with the sharply increased profile it has received in saffron circles with RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat endorsing the VHP’s call, stating that it would not be in anybody’s interest to test the patience of society.
Expressing its frustration with the SC at judicial delays, the Sant Samaj said the Ayodhya case was put on the back-burner for seven years. “Though the previous bench led by then CJI Dipak Misra set October 29 as the date of hearing, the new bench dismissed that matter in a space of three minutes and said a bench to be constituted in January will decide the hearing of the case,” the statement said.
The call for a requisite law and criticism of the judiciary reflects the sentiments expressed by senior RSS leader Bhaiyyaji Joshi in Mumbai on Friday where he said a fresh stir could be launched for temple construction and that it was a matter of “pain and anguish” that a matter agitating Hindus was not a priority for the apex court.
The Sant Samaj also highly condemned the casual approach of Indian Judiciary on the matter of Hindu rights, rituals and sentiments.
Even as sants, VHP and RSS have raised the ante, BJP has refrained from offering any comment on the demand for a law or ordinance to construct the Ram Temple. The BJP leadership is not out of sync with the VHP stance and feels that the demand is justified and that temple construction is very much part of the party’s commitment. The time lag in the judiciary needed to be addressed and the matter disposed of.
At the same time, deliberations in BJP do not seem to be have gained momentum with the issue seen to merit a wider and detailed discussion that goes beyond a small circle of leaders. There is also a view that though there has been a delay, a verdict on the Ayodhya title suit cannot be put off much longer, perhaps not beyond some months. Significantly, Joshi also indicated that while stir cannot be ruled out, the pendency of the case in the SC imposed some restrictions. He said it was the temple votaries who have been waiting due to their faith in the courts and it was the judiciary to also understand public sentiment.
BJP is likely to weigh its options carefully and while an attempt to pass a law or ordinance cannot be ruled out altogether, the party will want to assess the utility of doing so in the face of the certain legal challenges and lack of numbers in Rajya Sabha.
The Sant Samaj noted that it was the “secular jamat” of Congress, communists and Muslims that argued that the verdict be put off beyond the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. As things stand, the saffron groups will continue to raise the heat even though BJP is unlikely to make a clear departure from its stated position that it favoured either a judicial or negotiated resolution just yet.
Challenging the opposition of Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Swami Jitendrananda Saraswati told that there is no power in the world to resist the establishment a magnificent Ram Temple at the very birth place of Lord Ram in Ayodhya.
On the other hand, Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Hansadevacharya expressed his concern over population explosion in the country and demanded a strict law for population control in India.
Read this news in Hindi: राम मंदिर निर्माण व जनसंख्या नियंत्रण पर संतों ने भरी हुंकार
__Inputs from TNN and Jagran.