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Shiv Sena Chief Wants Building Ram Temple to be Like Note Ban. Here is What he Meant

Can you think of any similarity between the note ban and the idea of building a Ram Temple? Well, it’s not exactly about the similarity, but Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday insisted Bharatiya Janata Party-led Central Government take the decision of building Ram Temple instantly, exactly like it implemented the decision on note ban. Thackeray said this is possible as BJP has the majority.

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“They (BJP) talk about building a Ram Mandir, bringing Uniform Civil Code and repealing section 370 in Jammu and Kashmir before the election, but which election, 2019 or 2050, they do not specify,” Thackeray told reporters after a meeting of party leaders. “The way you (the BJP government) took the decision of note ban instantly, you can take the decision to build the Ram Mandir instantly, because you have a majority,” said Thackeray, whose party often spars with the BJP despite being an ally.

On allegations by opposition parties that the state government was distributing copies of the Bhagavad Gita in schools in Mumbai (which the government has denied), he said the BJP was resorting to such gimmicks to divert people’s attention from the mismanagement of Mumbai University.


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