Ram Mandir Ayodhya: Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde along with Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis reached Ayodhya on Sunday (9 April). During this, CM Shinde said that those who doubted the construction of Ram temple in Uttar Pradesh were shown the way home. The work of Ram temple is going on in full swing.
CM Eknath Shinde has reached Ayodhya for the first time after holding the post of Chief Minister of Maharashtra. He said that I am happy that Shiv Sena founder Balasaheb Thackeray’s dream of building a grand and divine Ram temple in Ayodhya is now being fulfilled.
The temple will be built there but…
The Chief Minister of Maharashtra said without naming anyone, "Everyone used to think how the Ram temple would be built. Earlier some people used to say that the temple would be built there, but would not tell the date. The Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi has lied to everyone and has started the construction of Ram Mandir."
Modi has also given the date
He said, "The temple is also being built and Modi has given the date as well. Not only this, those who were asking, have also been shown the way home. I would like to thank all of you that the dream of Ram Mandir is being fulfilled in front of our eyes. For this, I want to thank Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister of this state, Yogi Adityanath."
The journey is a lot of fun
Chief Minister Shinde said in Lucknow that, "This journey is going to be very enjoyable, but there are some people who have been allergic to Hindutva, it is still happening. Even after independence, many people were deliberately insulting Hindutva. Many people think that if Hindutva reaches every household, then our political shop will be closed.
He is the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh said that "Goons are afraid of Bulldozer Baba. Development is happening in UP. There is a lot of difference between the earlier Uttar Pradesh and today’s UP." Shinde further said that the North Indians who live in Maharashtra are Maharashtrians and the ideology of Shiv Sena and BJP is the same. Shiv Sena and BJP will get majority in Maharashtra in 2024.
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