‘No bone should be thrown in the hoon’, Shah slams Congress during Ram Temple debate – India TV Hindi

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Home Minister Amit Shah during the debate on Ram Mandir in Parliament.

New Delhi: On the last day of the budget session of Parliament, while discussing the construction and sanctity of the historic Ram temple, Union Home Minister Amit Shah attacked the Congress. Amit Shah said that those who imagine India without Ram do not know India. The interior minister said, ‘January 22 has become a historical day for thousands of years, people who do not recognize history and historical moments, lose their existence and existence. A country cannot be imagined without Rama and Ramacharatmanas. Those who want to know, live and recognize the country cannot live without Ram and Ramcharit Manas.

There is a saying in our Gujarat that…

Meanwhile, Amit Shah targeted the Congress for questioning the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Ram temple. He said, ‘Today’s decision of the Supreme Court has highlighted the secular character of the whole world. A grand Ram temple has been constructed in Ayodhya today following the Supreme Court’s decision. Targeting the Congress, Amit Shah said that there is a saying in our Gujarat that one should not throw bones in the air. He said, ‘Those who imagine India without Ram, do not know India. b Represents our age of slavery, Rama symbolizes how an ideal life should be lived for millions of people, hence it is called Marida Parushottam.

‘Many countries have accepted the Ramayana’

Shah added, ‘Ram’s kingdom is not for any particular religion or community, Ram’s kingdom is a symbol of what an ideal state should be, not just for India but for the entire country. Many countries have also accepted the Ramayana and adapted it as an exemplary scripture. Abroad, the Ramayana has been translated into and inspired by all the languages ​​of Nepal, Indonesia, Cambodia and Tibet. Today I want to present my feelings and the voice of the people of the country before this House which was buried in court papers for years. After Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister, it got a voice and expression. (IANS)

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