Law would be enacted to build Ram Temple : BJP

via HK published on December 24, 2006

Lucknow : BJP today appealed to the people to get them in to a two third majority in the next general election in order to construct a Ram Temple at Ayodhya to fulfill the dream of millions of people of the country. BJP President Rajnath Singh said the BJP is committed to construct the Ram temple at any cost. “The day BJP gets absolute majority in Parliament, a law would be enacted to build the temple,” BJP leader declared.


Blasting the Centre for pursuing a divisive political course, Singh said the Government should introduce a uniform civil code. “It was even endorsed by President Kalam. But the Govt opposed it. It has failed in addressing the problem of terrorism by being soft to terrorists,” he said.


In his address to the BJP national council here on Saturday, Singh said: “We will create a Bharat where there is no appeasement. We will create such an ambience of harmony that those indulging in appeasement would yield. We need just 10 years from the countrymen.”


Singh, addressing the council meeting for the first time as party chief, said BJP’s victory march had begun and workers needed to unite and conquer Delhi in the 2009 General Election. “It is not a difficult task, but not easy either. If we work with determination, we will win,” he said.


“The first signs of India’s changing political course were witnessed in the UP civic polls. People have made up their minds to vote for change in Uttarakhand, Manipur and Punjab when they go to polls early next year,” he said. “It will happen if all workers take the posts as responsibilities and not as honours. We have to preserve the fact that the BJP is the party with a difference,” he said.

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