BJP playing politics over Ram temple: Nitish Kumar

Patna, Dec 3 (IANS) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday said BJP was playing ‘politics’ in the name of lord Ram.

“BJP has been playing politics in the name of Ram and it has nothing to do with faith (shraddha) in him,” Nitish Kumar told media persons here in reference to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s statement on the Ram temple issue.

The chief minister said BJP was keen to keep alive the issue of building a Ram temple at Ayodhya for the sake of political gain.

“BJP leaders talk about Ram temple but they failed to remember the dates of court hearing in this connection.”

The Ram temple issue could be solved only through negotiations between the two communities.

“By giving political colour to the Ram temple issue, sentiments have been inflamed till date.”

2 Comments

  1. BJP playing politics over Ram temple: Nitish Kumar.

    LORD RAM IS NOT THE LORD OR GOD FOR THE RSS. HE IS ONLY A TOOL TO GET HINDU VOTES AND THEN THEY PUT HIM IN THE TOOL BOX; TO BE TAKEN AGAIN WHEN THAT TOOL IS NEEDED AGAIN. RAM IS “AN USE AND THROUGH COMMODITY” FOR THEM, NOT A GOD TO WORSHIP!

  2. BJP playing politics over Ram temple: Nitish Kumar.

    Dear readers,

    ‘Hey Ram’ is the last political word of Father of nation Mahatma Gandhi. Ashok Singhal left the world on pyre. LK Advani is honored with prestigious award for ‘wheels of hate’. The billion of bricks gone missing for Lord Ram temple and RSS political wing BJP first political destination reached. Lord Rama is replaced with more catchphrase ‘Gomata’ for further goals.

    Neither Toilets were built for the poor nor temple for ‘Kar sevaks’. PM Modi replaced stalwart aged politician LK Advani.The conspirator of Gandhi assassin Veer savarkar found place in parliament beside victim.

    Based on his clemency letters and later behavior, savarkar definitely renounced violence, and active politics in order to get released from Andaman prison. He defended his act, by comparing it to a similar act by Shivaji, where he wrote a letter to Aurangzeb. But unlike Shivaji, who achieved freedom and continued his work against Moguls, Savarkar completely let go of his anti-British activities, and did nothing for freedom movement. Instead he carved out an idea of Hindu nationalism in Indian politics which is currently represented by RSS and BJP to a certain extent.

    Jai Hind

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