Owaisi asks PM to skip Bhumi Pujan in Ayodhya


Naveen S Garewal

Tribune News Service

Hyderabad, July 28

The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to not go to Ayodhya on August 5 for Bhumi Pujan of the Ram temple as this violated his “constitutional oath”.

In a collection of tweets, Owaisi stated the Prime Minister should remember the fact that he represents individuals of all religions and in addition the individuals who don’t consider in any religions.

His tweets have drawn a pointy response from many individuals who stated Owaisi was simply making an attempt to play politics by studying an excessive amount of into the proposed go to of the Prime Minister.

Owaisi’s tweets learn that the place the place the Babri Masjid stood would at all times stay a mosque and the Prime Minister attending a non secular operate was “in violation of his constitutional oath.”

“Attending the Bhumi Puja in the official capacity will be a violation of the Prime Minister’s constitutional oath. Secularism is part of the basic structure of the Constitution. We can’t forget that for over 400 years, Babri stood in Ayodhya and it was demolished by a criminal mob in 1992,” Owaisi tweeted.

He stated the Supreme Court’s judgement was the truth is a “faith over facts” judgement that may encourage some “forces to stake claim over other such places of worship belonging to the minority community”.

On the day of the Supreme Court judgement, Owaisi had stated: “The Supreme Court may be supreme, but is not infallible.”



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