Vishwanath Karad backs Ram temple in Ayodhya

ST Correspondent
Sunday, 1 April 2018

Pune: Vishwanath Karad of the MIT Group of Institutes approved the demand for a Ram temple to be built on the disputed land in Ayodhya. He said that there is no reason to oppose Lord Ram’s temple and it is every Indian’s wish. 

“I will be sending a formal letter to the prime minister on behalf of World Peace Centre, requesting him to take initiative in Ram temple issue,” he added. 

He was speaking at a programme here on Saturday. 

Pune: Vishwanath Karad of the MIT Group of Institutes approved the demand for a Ram temple to be built on the disputed land in Ayodhya. He said that there is no reason to oppose Lord Ram’s temple and it is every Indian’s wish. 

“I will be sending a formal letter to the prime minister on behalf of World Peace Centre, requesting him to take initiative in Ram temple issue,” he added. 

He was speaking at a programme here on Saturday. 

Mahant Ramdas of the Nirmohi Akhada in Ayodhya, who was on a visit to the city said that there is no doubt that all Indians irrespective of religion or caste want a Ram Mandir to be built in Ayodhya. He said there is scope for an out-of-court settlement and if the Mandir is built, India will again become a ‘Golden Sparrow’ and ‘Vishwaguru’. 

The Mahant, who was in the city along with other spiritual and religious heads, said the resolution of the Ayodhya issue is very important for the progress of the country. He said, “India needs peace and prosperity. If the Ram Temple is built, we will be able to see that peace in the country. This will create progress and India will become the Golden Sparrow of the world and also the Vishwaguru.” 

Mahant Ramdas also asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take initiative in building consensus for the same. “The Prime Minister should bring all the parties together and look that the Ram Temple is built with the consensus of all of them. Apart from the disputed 2.7 acres of land, which would be divided into three parties and won’t be sufficient for the Temple, the PM should see that the complete piece of land of 67 acres is made available for the grand Temple complex.”
 

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