No politics of Religion, ‘Sabke hain Ram’: Congress on Janm Bhumi Pujan

August 5 is going to be a history. Preparations for Bhoomi Pujan are going on for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya.

No politics of Religion, 'Sabke hain Ram': Congress on Ayodhya Bhumi Pujan

New Delhi: August 5 is going to be a history. Preparations for Bhoomi Pujan are going on for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. There will be Bhoomipujan and foundation stone in the hands of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Political rhetoric is also going on continuously in Ayodhya regarding this Bhoomi Poojan program.

No politics of religion: Shri Ram Mandir

At the same time, the Congress has reacted to this. Party’s national spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala says that politics should be religion, not politics of religion. On Tuesday, the former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh changed his profile photo.

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In the new photo, he is seen wearing saffron chola. Apart from this, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi says that Bhoomi Pujan should become an opportunity for national unity, fraternity and cultural congregation.

The senior Congress leader said, ‘I will refrain from making any political remarks 24 hours before the Ram temple program. But I would say that politics should be the religion, not politics of religion, this is the dignity of Ram.

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This statement from Priyanka Gandhi Vadra came when different types of statements were coming from the Congress about the Ram temple. On one hand, former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath supported the Bhoomi Pujan, and also welcomed it. He also congratulated the people for performing Bhoomi Pujan. Not only this, Kamal Nath has also changed the profile photo on his Twitter and is seen in saffron clothes.

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