No one will invite me and even I'll not go: CM Yogi on Mosque construction
The Chief Minister of UP, Yagi Adityanath, who has identified his tough Hindutva image in politics, has once again made it clear that he is different from the former Chief Ministers. His ideology is also different.
Lucknow: The Chief Minister of UP, Yagi Adityanath, who has identified his tough Hindutva image in politics, has once again made it clear that he is different from the former Chief Ministers. His ideology is also different. CM Yogi has categorically ruled out his departure that the mosque will built after the Ram Temple construction.
He has said that no one will call me on the foundation stone of the mosque, and I will not even go. During a conversation with a private channel, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said this clearly.
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As per Supreme Court order, The Supreme Court had given a decision to give 5 acres of land to the Sunni Central Waqf Board in Ayodhya. On 5 February itself, the UP government had allotted 5 acres of land for the mosque about 200 meters from the police station Rounahi in village Dhannipur tehsil Sohawal, 18 kilometers from Ayodhya district headquarters. The mosque is to be built here.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that today is a day of zeal and enthusiasm for us. UP CM Yogi Adityanath said, "Ram temple trust is doing construction work of the Ram temple, but we are all committed to making this city glorious without disturbing the physical development and cultural diffusion of the entire Avadhpuri."
The Chief Minister further said that many generations of us had gone in waiting for this hour. Many people sacrificed to dream of building the Ram temple. The UP Chief Minister said that under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi, India's democratic values and the power of its judiciary have shown the world how peaceful, democratic and constitutionally resolved matters can be.