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BJP’s Pledge Free Darshan of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya for Madhya Pradesh Residents

In a recent election rally in Sironj assembly seat, Union Home Minister Amit Shah assured the crowd that if the BJP secures power in Madhya Pradesh, the government will facilitate free darshan of the newly constructed Ram Mandir in Ayodhya for the state’s residents. Shah emphasized that there would be no need for people to spend money on visiting the revered temple.

During the rally, a BJP leader raised the question of whether funds should be allocated for pilgrimages to the Ram temple. Responding to this, Shah stated, There is no need to spend money. If the BJP government is formed in Madhya Pradesh, we will make arrangements to provide darshan of Lord Ram in Ayodhya to the people of the state step by step.

Amit Shah, reflecting on his earlier role as BJP president, recalled interactions with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi about the construction date of the Ram temple. Shah confidently announced, “On January 22, 2024, the idol of Lord Ram will be consecrated in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.

This electoral promise adds a cultural and religious dimension to the political landscape, underscoring the BJP’s commitment to facilitating access to the Ram Mandir experience for the people of Madhya Pradesh, should they come into power. The proposed date for the consecration further solidifies the significance of this announcement in the context of the ongoing developments surrounding the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.

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