Ayodhya: Muslim leader Mohammad Sajid Rashidi says this on Ram Temple

Aug 06 2020 03:46 PM
Ayodhya: Muslim leader Mohammad Sajid Rashidi says this on Ram Temple

New Delhi: Bhoomi Pujan has been done in Ayodhya on 5 August. Yes, on 5 August, Bhumi Pujan and foundation stone have been performed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The atmosphere of celebration is being seen at many places. Well now a day after Bhoomi Pujan, the President of All India Imam Association has given a provocative statement. Recently the president of the association Mohammad Sajid Rashidi has said that a mosque will be built there after breaking the Ram temple. He also spoke further. In further conversation, he said that there was never a temple at the disputed site. The Babri Masjid was there and will remain there. '

Apart from this, he also said in his statement that 'Islam says that a mosque is always a mosque. It cannot be broken to make something else. Our belief was and always will be that a mosque is always a mosque. The mosque was not built by breaking the temple, but now it may be that a mosque can be built by breaking the temple. AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi also made a statement before this statement.

He said before Bhoomi Pujan yesterday, 'Narendra Modi should not have gone to Bhoomi Pujan. He is not the PM of any particular religion. Apart from this, he also said that, 'PM merged the 15 August today with the 5 August. I want to ask, whom has the Prime Minister defeated today? These freedom fighters have been insulted. With this, Owaisi said, 'Babri Masjid was and will remain inshaAllah.' In this way, there are many people who are still talking about building a mosque there.

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