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'Modi in Delhi, Yogi in UP, But Bhagwan Ram Still in Tent': Motormouth BJP MLA at it Again

Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Surendra Singh further said that there should be no more delay in the construction of the temple said the BJP leader.

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Updated:November 18, 2018, 9:18 AM IST
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'Modi in Delhi, Yogi in UP, But Bhagwan Ram Still in Tent': Motormouth BJP MLA at it Again
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New Delhi: Upset over the delay in construction of Ram Temple, a Bharatiya Janata Party MLA has apparently criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for "letting Lord Ram stay in a tent in Ayodhya" despite holding key positions.

Terming the leaders as 'great believers of Hinduism', Ballia legislator Surendra Singh said, "We have a great Prime Minister like Modi Ji and a great Chief Minister like Yogi Ji, but unfortunately Lord Ram stays in a tent. This is unfortunate for India and the Hindu society. One should make such a situation that Ram temple must be created in Ayodhya itself."

Singh further said that there should be no more delay in the construction of the temple said the BJP leader. "God is beyond the Constitution. There should be no delay. Ram Temple should be constructed in its designated place Ayodhya," the BJP MLA said.




The Ballia legislator is often in news for his controversial statements. In September, Singh and his supporters had allegedly heckled a district inspector of school (DIOS). The incident was caught on camera.

Earlier in May, the MLA accused UP minister and Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) president Om Prakash Rajbhar of minting money by inducting his family members into politics. Singh also compared the minister with a "prostitute".
| Edited by: Sumedha Kirti
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