'Yogi-Ji, Please Talk To PM': Digvijaya Singh Says Defer Ayodhya Event

Digvijaya Singh insisted that the timing of the occasion was “inauspicious”.

New Delhi:

Senior Congress chief Digvijaya Singh, in tweets seen as regressive by many, urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to place off the grand Ram temple launch occasion at Ayodhya on Wednesday, insisting that the timing was “inauspicious” and hinting that it was why many related to the operate had contracted coronavirus.

PM Modi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and different high leaders are set to attend an elaborate groundbreaking ceremony in Ayodhya on Wednesday on the web site that was handed over for a Ram temple following a Supreme Court docket verdict after a long time of dispute between Hindus and Muslims.

The spotlight of the occasion might be PM Modi putting in a silver brick as a symbolic begin of the temple development.

“Modi-ji, what number of extra do you need to ship to hospital by performing the groundbreaking rituals? Yogi-ji you please discuss to the PM. How are you going to enable the violation of Sanatan Dharma? What’s your compulsion,” Digvijaya Singh posted this morning.

He stated monks linked to the Ayodhya rituals, a UP minister, the UP BJP chief and Union House Minister Amit Shah have coronavirus.

“Should not the UP Chief Minister and the Prime Minister quarantine themselves? Is 14-day quarantine just for the widespread man and never for the PM?”

The Congress chief stated regardless of “warnings”, together with by a seer, the inauspicious date of August 5 had been determined upon as a result of it suited the Prime Minister. “Is Modi’s comfort greater than 1000’s of years of Hindu beliefs,” Mr Singh stated.

“Lord Ram is central to the idea of crores of Hindus, please do not undermine established traditions.”

The BJP’s response to the Congress chief’s tweet storm additionally drew from mythology. “We have been seeing since time immemorial, at any time when one thing good is going on, ‘Asurs’ (demons) attempt to create issues. Digvijaya is doing the identical,” stated Madhya Pradesh Minister Narottam Mishra.

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