Govt is ready to make law on building Ram Mandir, said RSS leader

Govt is ready to make law on building Ram Mandir, said RSS leader

Amid election campaigns, the talks of building Ram Mandir is getting hot. Just a week ago, Vishva Hindu Parishad and Shiv Sena moved their members to Ayodhya to attend “Dharm Sabha”. Now RSS is making statements over passing ordinance of building Ram Mandir.


RSS leader Indresh Kumar criticised the Supreme Court for adjourning the case to January. He said the Govt is ready to pass an ordinance to initiate the construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.


According to a news report by the Indian Express, Indresh Kumar was attending a program in Punjab University with the name “Janmabhoomi mein anyay kyun‘ (Why is there injustice in Janmabhoomi?). While addressing to the students, Indresh said that Govt is ready to make a new law but it is silent because of the moral code of conduct in the states where elections are going to be held in the upcoming month.



Criticising the Supreme Court in harsh words, Indresh said that the justice is not just delayed but disrespected and even denied to them. He said, “Is the country so weak that it can let two-three judges throttle its beliefs, democracy, constitution and fundamental rights”


According to the report he also said, “Will you and I watch helplessly? Why, and for what? Jo aatankwad ko ardh raatri mein sun sakte hain, woh shanti ko apmaan aur uphas kar de (Should those who hear cases against terror at midnight insult and ridicule peace)… Even the English did not have the courage to perpetrate such atrocities on the judicial process.”


Pointing fingers on the judges, Indresh said that he is not doubting on the whole judiciary but just two-three judges. “All are looking forward to justice. They still have belief… but the judiciary, judges and justice have been disrespected because of two-three judges… It should be heard early. What is the problem? Otherwise, a question arises: if they are not ready to deliver justice, they should think if they want to remain judges or resign,” Indresh added.



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