Ram Mandir Will Become Reality in Ayodhya, Hindus Help Muslims to Bulid Mosque, says Subramanian SwamyFebruary 22, 2016 10:22
Senior BJP leader and former Union Minister Subramanian Swamy says that he is confident of a positive judgment from the Supreme Court on the controversial Ram Janmabhoomi case and hopefully expects that the construction would begin by end of the year.
Mr Swamy further explains the plan to take up the issue and its importance for the country.
â€œAfter there is victory in court on the Ram Temple case, then in Krishna mandir in Mathura and Kashi Vishwanath, we will win easily because the evidence is clearcut. This is the more difficult case,â€ Swamy said.
He said that another Mosque can be built across Sarayu River but added that it should not be named after Babur. Hindus would be happy to help build the Mosque for them.
In another tweet, he stated, â€œWe Hindus offer Lord Krishnaâ€™s package to Muslimsâ€“give us 3 temples and keep 39,997 masjids. I hope Muslim leaders donâ€™t become Duryodhans.â€
â€œConstruction of Ram temple in Ayodhya is â€˜mandatoryâ€™ for revival of our culture. We have started and we will not give up until it is made but nothing will be done forcibly and against the law. We have full faith that we will win in the court,â€ he added.
â€œIn our country , over 40,000 temples have been demolished, we never say that all those should be reconstructed...but there cannot be a compromise on three of them - Ram Janmabhoomi temple, Krishna temple in Mathura and Kashivishwanath, if Ram Temple is constructed there will be easy way for others, discussions can be done but not compromise,â€ he said.
He also said that Rajiv Gandhi had assured him regarding the construction of the Temple.
â€œRajiv Gandhi had personally told me that Ram Mandir will be built and whenever he will get an opportunity he will also help and the first help he did was that despite party opposition, he started the television serial on Ramayana which created a new excitement in public,â€ he said.
He finally concludes that nothing can be done forcibly or against the law, but asserts confidence on a positive verdict.