Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday lashed out at Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and Congress over the issue of construction of Ram Temple saying that people still remember who shot at “Kar Sevaks’ and asked why ‘Ram Lalla had to stay in a tent for so many years.
“Many efforts were made by Congress, SP and BSP during their tenure to prevent the construction of the Ram temple. Do you remember who shot Kar sevaks? They were thrashed badly, killed and thrown in the Sarayu River,” said Shah.
“Why did ‘Ram Lalla have to stay in a tent for so many years? Who stopped Ram Navami and Deepotsav celebrations in Ayodhya? We must remember all this. Now, no one can stop the construc- tion of a grand Ram Temple here,” he added.
Slamming Samajwadi Party, the Home Minister said, “There used to be three P’s at the time of SP government. Those P’s were Parivarwad (nepotism), Pakshpat (favoritism) and Palayan (migration). However, the three V’s which are Vikas (development), Vyapar (business) and Sanskritik Virasat (cultural heritage). Speaking about the raids on perfume makers in Uttar Pradesh, Amit Shah said, “The smell of corruption’s perfume shows us how deep are the roots of SP’s sins. When those roots are being attacked, why do you feel the BJP government works on sick Akhilesh Yadav?”