'Put stones under the tree, put up a flag, it has become a Hindu temple...', Akhilesh Yadav's derogatory remarks

Lucknow: In Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, Samajwadi Party (SP) national president and former president Akhilesh Yadav has made controversial remarks on Hinduism amid the claim of Shivling being found in Gyanvapi. Akhilesh Yadav has said that it is in Hinduism that anywhere, place a stone under a Peepal tree, put a flag, just a temple has become a temple. He has objected to the information coming out before the survey report reaches the court. Along with this said on the Ayodhya case that even at that time the statue was kept inside.

 

During the press conference, the SP chief said, 'If you put stones and red flags anywhere in our religion, a temple is built there. People also start worshiping there, BJP is deliberately increasing this whole issue, so that people's attention is diverted from inflation and unemployment. If this matter is in court, then the court will decide on it. Akhilesh also raised questions on the decision of Ram temple and showed that Hindus have snatched that place by force.

While advising the BJP to be careful, he has said that, 'The idol was also kept in Ayodhya. BJP intentionally wants to spoil the atmosphere. By diverting attention from the real issues, she wants to entangle people in the issues of religion, caste and religion. Let us tell you that during the UP elections, Akhilesh Yadav had reached Ayodhya and had darshan of Ram Lalla and said, 'If we had a government, when would we have got a Ram temple built.' Well, now that the elections are out and Akhilesh's thunder is also out, maybe that's why he is back to his original ideology, like his party used to oppose Ram Mandir in the past.

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