As 10 are left for the hearing of arguments within the Ayodhya land dispute case, a Bharatiya Janata Party MLA has declared that Ram Mandir are going to be built on the disputed land before November 17.
BJP MLA from Pali, Rajasthan Gyanchand Parakh declared that the Ram Mandir are going to be built before November 17 — the day Supreme Court can announce its verdict within the matter.
Parakh was invited as a chief guest at a Ramlila event in pali when he made the declaration.
He said, “The hearing within the case are going to be completed by october 17 and by November 18 a temple are going to be built on Ramjanmbhoomi. This year is very auspicious for us.”
The BJP MLA’s announcement comes 2 days when province Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath hoped a “very sensible news” concerning the Ram temple awaited all.
“We are Ram bhakts. there’s plenty of strength in ‘bhakti’. I feel we’ll shortly get to listen to very good news,” the chief minister said while not elaborating or mentioning Ram temple,” CM Adityanath said.