Congress leaders’ disgusting comments against Lord Rama and Ayodhya Temple

Recently, a video of senior journalist Ashok Srivastava went viral in which he talked about Ram politics about some Congress leaders. In this, some Congress leaders are accused of making indecent comments about Lord Ram in their statements, which has been explained in detail by Ashok Srivastava.

According to the viral video, Ashok Srivastava says, ‘I cannot speak such words, I cannot even use this word and no civilized person can use it but which Congress Seva Dal leader Raja Ram said on 26 February 2021. Did for the Ram Mandir. Kanti Rao Guriya said, ‘The BJP leaders who are collecting donations, collect the donations for the Ram temple and then drink the alcohol.

‘ Not only this, on August 5, 2020, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi went for the Bhoomi Pujan of Ayodhya Ram Mandir, all Congress leaders reached Parliament wearing black clothes to show that they were standing against the Ram Temple. Mani Shankar Aiyar had said, ‘Where was Lord Ram born, there were 10 thousand rooms in Dasharatha’s palace, who went to see that Ram was born in this room. How will you tell where Ram was born?’

After watching the viral video, users shared various reactions. One user writes, ‘Boycott these HINDUS who are in congress party.’

Another user writes, ‘This is the condition of the Congress and the opposition, who do not leave God, how will they respect the common man? The common man is an insect for them. Common people should be cautious of the opposition of such a country, do not fall prey to their tricks. Needed.’

Another user writes, ‘Aiyar doesn’t even have the manners to speak. Congress is suffering the consequences of this.’

Another user writes, ‘Acharya Rambhadracharya ji and the petitioners have presented 441 evidence in this regard in the Supreme Court. 437 of them have been accepted by the SC. What more evidence do you want? Have some shame. At least Show some respect for the land of your birth.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].