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Rahul Gandhi Ends Quietness on Ram Mandir Introduction, calls Sanctuary Initiation a ‘Modi Show’

Rahul Gandhi Ends Quietness on Ram Mandir Introduction, calls Sanctuary Initiation a ‘Modi Show’

“Rahul Gandhi’s Ram Mandir Inauguration: Political Stage or Sacred Ceremony?”

The opening ceremony of Ram Temple in Ayodhya on January 22 has created a political storm across the country.

While the entire nation was getting excited and getting ready to witness this grand event, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi came forward calling the event a ‘Modi show’.

During his Bharat Jodo Nayyatra on Tuesday, Rahul Gandhi lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Rahul Gandhi Ends Quietness on Ram Mandir Introduction, calls Sanctuary Initiation a ‘Modi Show’

And accused of hijacking a sacred ceremony and turning it into a political platform.

He stated that the program was meant to celebrate the long awaited construction of Ram Mandir.

But now the political turn has taken place under the leadership of RSS and BJP.

Gandhi’s statement highlights growing concerns about the political nature of an event meant to be a symbol of national unity and harmony.

The Congress president said the program has lost its essence and has become an RSS-BJP function, far from its original purpose.

Rahul Gandhi Ends Quietness on Ram Mandir Introduction, calls Sanctuary Initiation a 'Modi Show'

He explained that he stopped attending this event because the attention was diverted from Ram Mandir to Modi.

The comments raise questions about the political motives behind the grand ceremony, which is seen as a symbol of faith and devotion by millions of Hindus.

The Ayodhya Ram Temple issue has been a long-standing battle between Hindus and Muslims.

Rahul Gandhi Ends Quietness on Ram Mandir Introduction, calls Sanctuary Initiation a ‘Modi Show’

The Babri Masjid was built in 1528 on the ruins of an ancient temple believed to be the birthplace of Lord Rama.

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The dispute turned violent in 1992 when a group of Hindu activists demolished the mosque hoping to build a temple on the same site.

After years of legal battles and political promises, the Supreme Court finally gave its verdict in November 2019, paving the way for the construction of the Ram Mandir.

The verdict was hailed as a sign of unity and harmony by the ruling party, but with the upcoming inauguration of the temple.

The event seems to be turning into a platform for political gain.

The debate on the separation of religion and politics, which has become a topic of discussion.

In India for years, has once again come to light with Rahul Gandhi’s statement.

While many believe that religion and politics should be separate.

Some argue that politicians have the right to express their religious beliefs and use it as a tool to connect with the public.

But in this regard, it seems that this incident has been reduced a bit in terms of the construction of Ram Mandir, as per Modi’s image.

Inviting leaders from different political parties to the event also raises questions about the original nature of the ceremony.

Rahul Gandhi Ends Quietness on Ram Mandir Introduction, calls Sanctuary Initiation a ‘Modi Show’

It must be said that Rahul Gandhi himself is a strong advocate of keeping religion and politics separate.

Rahul Gandhi Ends Quietness on Ram Mandir Introduction, calls Sanctuary Initiation a 'Modi Show'

He has repeatedly said that he follows the principles of his religion in his personal life, but does not use it for political purposes.

The Congress leader’s statement also sheds light on another issue of using religion for political purposes.

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Gandhi suggested that those who do not believe in a particular religion should not feel obligated to wear it on their shirts to prove their faith.

The inauguration of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir is undoubtedly an important event in the history of India.

But with politicians using it for their political ends, it raises concerns about the real intentions behind this grand celebration.

The fact that some leaders decided not to attend this program also shows their attitude in this matter.

In conclusion, as we prepare to witness the grand opening of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.

Celebrating the birthplace of Lord Rama and fostering national unity and harmony.

We must not forget its real purpose. It is up to us as citizens not to allow politics to overshadow the sanctity of this event and uphold the values of our diverse nation.

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