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Ram temple will be built where people want: UP CM


LUCKNOW: Chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday raised the pitch for the development of Ram temple in Ayodhya saying that the temple can be constructed on the identical position “where people want”. He used to be addressing a celebration employees’ conference in Bihar’s Purnia district.


Yogi’s remark comes days after RSS leader Mohan Bhagwat stated that motion to build the Ram temple can be initiated after four to six months.


Attacking Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Lalu Yadav, Yogi stated that Bihar removed RJD’s ‘jungle raaj’ after 15 years when JD(U) and BJP came in combination to shape the federal government within the state. “RJD ki tarah hum apradhiyon ki puja nahi karte, balki unhein waha pahunchate hain jahan pahunchne ka wo haqdaar hota hai (We don’t worship criminals like RJD does. Instead we put them in position where they should be),” the CM stated. He stated that previous people of Bihar used to hide their identification, which isn't the case to any extent further.


Raking up the issue of nepotism, Yogi stated BJP used to be the celebration of employees not like Congress, SP and BSP where ‘parivar’ (families) rule. He cited the example of celebration leader Amit Shah, saying Shah used to be a sales space degree functionary in 1982 however went on to ascend the highest submit within the celebration.


Yogi stated Nitish government in Bihar follows the footsetps of NDA government and has, therefore, remained unblemished in its fourand-a-half rule.


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