PM Modi aims at Shiv Sena, calls them ‘loudmouths’ for speaking on Ram Mandir

Nashik | Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday in Nashik slammed the ‘loudmouths’ that were constantly talking about the Ram Mandir issue.

PM Modi who was in Nashik for the conclusion of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’s Maha Janadesh Yatra addressed a rally where he took on the Sena without naming it.

“People have been given rubbish statements on the issue of Ram Temple. The entire country’s people have faith in the country’s courts. It is important for the people to respect the Supreme Court. The SC is taking time out and giving a hearing to the case. I am surprised as to why some loud mouths are giving statements on the issue.”said the PM.

He added, “We should faith in the Supreme Court, have faith in the constitution given by Ambedkar, in the judiciary, to all these loudmouths who keep giving statements, I fold my hands and for Gods sake and for Lord Ram’s sake keep the faith in the country’s judicial process.”

It is speculated that PM Modi’s statements were directed at Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray who recently spoke about Ram Mandir and said that they are ready to “lay the first brick”. He also demanded PM Modi to make a similar decision to that of abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, and build the Ram Mandir irrespective of the ongoing case in the Supreme Court.

PM Modi also appealed to the masses to vote for a “majority” in the upcoming Maharashtra assembly polls. Earlier, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Nirupam had talked about the two parties’ seat-sharing as a 50-50 formula.

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