Ram Janambhul dispute can be resolved, if both sides are ready: CM Yogi
Tahlka News Bureau
Ayodhya: Chief Minsiter Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday said that Ramjanam Bhumi dispute can only be resolved through talks and his government will help in finding a solution. Addressing a gathering inAyodhya, the Chief Minister said it is best time to resolve the issue.
The visit assumes notable as it comes a day after conspiracy charges were framed against the top leaders of Bharatiya Janata Party in the Babri Mosuqe demolition case.
Addressing the public over Ram Janambhumi, he said,"doston mai aap sabhi ki bhaavnao ko jaanta ho, ke aap kya jaanna chahte hai (Friends, I know about your feelings, and know what you want me say)."
"Ayodhya mein Shri Ram janamboomi ke vivad ka baat-chhet ke madhyam se dono paksh samadhan ka marg nikal sake to sarkar saath khadi hai (On the issue of Ram Janambhoomi, if both sides can find a solution through talks then government is standing with you)," the Chief Minister said.
He also added that the Rama-Janaki mandir will be build soon. "Ram Leela should be organised in Ayodhya every year," Adityanatih said.
A total of Rs 350 crore will be spent for the development of Ayodhya. Attacking the previous state governments of neglecting the Ayodhya, Adityanath said the city will be given du importance.
Yogi offered prayer at the makeshift Temple. In his visit after taking the charge, Adityanath spent 30 minutes at the makeshift temple in the Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid complex. He later offered prayers at the banks of the Saryu River accompanied by Dharam Das, against whom conspiracy charges were framed along with other BJP leaders.
He also announced for a Saryu Festival and directed the authorities to perform the aarti on the banks of the river like the aarti performed on the banks of River Ganga.
The Saryu River finds a mention in the Vedas and the Ramayana. Ayodgya, also known as the Ram Janambhoomi,is situated at the banks of the Saryu River. People from all over the country come to take a dip at in the Saryu on the occasion of Ram Navmi every year. It also called as the only river flowing beneath the earth.