Pakistan calls India 'non-secular' for starting construction of Ram temple on site of Babri Masjid

Aug 06 2020 03:59 PM
Pakistan calls India 'non-secular' for starting construction of Ram temple on site of Babri Masjid

New Delhi: After waiting for centuries, the construction of the Ram temple has finally started in Ayodhya. The Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi performed the Bhumi Pujan and laid the foundation stone of the Ram temple on Wednesday. But this move of India made Pakistan furious and they issued a statement condemning it in strong words. Now Pakistan has been given a befitting reply by India, the Foreign Ministry has said that the country which spreads terror can give such statements like increasing religious frenzy.

In a statement issued by Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava, it has been said that "We have taken into account the statement made by Pakistan in our internal matter. Pakistan should not intervene in India's internal affairs and avoid statements like a communal provocation. However, the Ministry of External Affairs said that this is also not surprising because what will be expected from a country which promotes terrorism and persecutes minorities in its country. We say that this statement is worth condemning."

Pakistan was given a statement on Wednesday that it is condemnable to build a temple at the place where the Babri Masjid stood for five centuries. Sheikh Rashid, a minister in the Government of Pakistan, said that India is no longer a secular country, but has become a country of religion."

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