Thursday, June 13, 2024

Ram Consecration Ceremony: BJP Calls People from all Religion; AIUDF Chief Badruddin Ajmal Asks Muslims Not to Attend

The consecration ceremony of Shri Ram Mandir is expected to be attended by over 60,000 people, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to inaugurate the grand event on January 22.


In anticipation of the upcoming consecration ceremony of Shri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya on January 22, the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief, Badruddin Ajmal, has issued an important advisory to the Muslim community in Assam. Ajmal has appealed to Muslims to exercise caution and avoid train travel from January 20 to January 25 in order to prevent any potential untoward incidents during this sensitive period.

Badruddin Ajmal

Speaking at a foundation stone laying ceremony of a madrasa in Barpeta district, Ajmal emphasized the need for vigilance, stating, “We will have to be cautious. Muslims should refrain from traveling by train from January 20 to January 25. The Ram idol will be placed in Ram Janmabhoomi, and the entire world will witness this. Lakhs of people will come. BJP’s plan is big. During this period, we should not travel by train and should stay at home.”

Ajmal’s appeal is rooted in concerns about potential unrest similar to the incidents surrounding the demolition of Babri Masjid. He believes that thousands of individuals from across India will be traveling to Ayodhya, creating a situation where any untoward incident could occur.

In response to Ajmal’s statement, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju urged people of all religions to welcome Lord Ram on January 22, emphasizing that Lord Ram is a symbol of India and not just one religion.

However, Ajmal did not limit his advisory to travel precautions; he also took the opportunity to criticize the BJP, labeling it as the “biggest enemy of the Muslims.” He accused the party of interfering in Muslim lives, faith, Azaan, pride, mosques, and the modesty of Muslim women.

Reacting to Ajmal’s remarks, BJP leader and Union Minister Giriraj Singh defended the party, stating, “BJP does not hate Muslims. We work with the mantra of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas.’ People like Badruddin Ajmal and Owaisi spread hatred in society. BJP respects all religions.”

The consecration ceremony of Shri Ram Mandir is expected to be attended by over 60,000 people, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to inaugurate the grand event on January 22. As tensions rise in anticipation of this historic occasion, Ajmal’s advisory seeks to ensure the safety and well-being of the Muslim community during this critical period.

It is important for all individuals, regardless of their religious affiliations, to respect each other’s beliefs and maintain peace and harmony during this significant event. The construction of the Ram Mandir holds immense cultural and religious significance for many people, and it is crucial that the occasion is celebrated with mutual respect and understanding.

As the consecration ceremony approaches, it is essential for authorities to take necessary measures to ensure the safety of all individuals attending the event and to prevent any untoward incidents. Additionally, it is crucial for the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities to the authorities.

Let us hope that the consecration of Shri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya can be a unifying event for all communities, promoting peace, harmony, and mutual respect among the diverse population of India.

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