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All sections of society satisfied with SC judgement on Ram temple: Kalyan Singh

All sections of society satisfied with SC judgement on Ram temple: Kalyan Singh

Lucknow, Nov 11 (UNI) Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Kalyan Singh, who is one of the accused in the Babri Demolition case, on Monday welcomed the Supreme Court verdict in Ayodhya issue saying that it has satisfied all section of society.

"The judgement, which ended the 500-year-old vexed Ramjnamabhoomi issue, has legal approval and was as per the law," he said while announcing that soon he would visit Ayodhya to pay obeisance to Ram Lalla.

Rubbishing claims that BJP will lose its political sheen after the SC judgement, he said, "Ram temple movement was never a political issue. It can be linked to culture and faith of the countrymen but not politics."

Addressing a press conference here, Mr Singh, who had been chargsheeted by the CBI in the Babri demolition case and was under bail, said, "I am always a Ram Bhatk and from day one I am dreaming for a grand Ram temple." He said at last his wishes has been fulfilled by the Supreme Court and now very soon a grand Ram temple would be built at the Ram Janmabhoomi.



The former Rajasthan Governor said Ram should be linked with Roti, as now it a big work to make Ayodhya a developed city with every one there should get a job.

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