What Congress Said About Ram Mandir Inauguration? Who Will Be Not Attending Ram Mandir Inaguration

As January 22 approaches, there is increasing debate and controversy surrounding the Ram Mandir inauguration. Some are turning it into a political matter. In a similar situation, Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge stated that the dispute over Congress boycotting the event is a result of the BJP’s conspiracy. Congress clarified that they’re not trying to disrespect any religious feelings but are refusing to be part of what they see as a BJP/RSS event for political gain.

Who is Not Going To Attend Ram Mandir Inauguration on 22 January?

Sonia Gandhi, Mallikarjun Kharge, and Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury won’t be present at the upcoming event in Ayodhya, according to a statement from the Congress. This has sparked a big controversy, with the BJP criticizing the Congress as anti-Hindu.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma suggested that the Congress leaders shouldn’t have been invited in the first place. He mentioned attending the event could have been a way to undo their earlier mistake.

BJP leaders also shared a photo of Rahul Gandhi visiting Babur Tomb in Kabul in 2005, claiming that Congress’s dislike is directed towards Hindus. Some Congress members, however, expressed the view that the party’s leadership should have attended the event.

BJP And Congress Debate Before Ram Mandir Inauguration

On Friday, the BJP shared a video claiming that opposing Lord Ram has been a tradition of the Congress. In response, the Congress questioned why the BJP wasn’t asking the four Shankaracharyas who won’t be attending the Ram Mandir Inauguration

The Congress stated that leaders from the Uttar Pradesh Congress committee will visit the temple on January 15. They raised a question about whether one needs an invitation to visit a place of worship, be it a temple, church, or mosque.

They expressed concerns about a political party deciding who goes and on what date. Congress leader Pawan Khera added, “We want to know how the date was chosen. It seems like the date was selected with an eye on elections, not based on a thoughtful decision.”

Shankaracharyas Views About Ram Mandir Inauguartion

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Four Shankaracharyas have chosen not to participate in the pran pratishtha ceremony, although two of them expressed support for the event. Swami Bharati Teertj of Shringeri Peeth and Swami Sadananda Saraswati of Dwarka Peeth stated that the inauguration of the Ram Temple on January 22 will bring joy to the followers of Sanatan Dharma.

The Shankaracharya of Puri, Nischalananda Saraswati, initially mentioned that he wouldn’t be present at the event, expressing concern for the importance of his role. Shankaracharya Avimukteshwarananda of Jyotir Math in Uttarakhand stated that the construction is still ongoing.


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