Hours before the Ram Temple Bhoomi Pujan ceremony in Ayodhya, AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi raised a new controversy on Wednesday (August 5), claiming that the Babri Masjid incident will always remain engraved in Ayodhya’s legacy.
Tweeting with the hashtag Babri Zinda Hai, the Hyderabad MP said, “Babri Masjid was, is, and will be.”
It should be noted that Owaisi had previously questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to attend the Bhoomi Poojan ceremony. “If PM Modi participates in his capacity as Prime Minister, he will give the wrong message to the country,” he said.
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) echoed similar sentiments and said that Babri Masjid was always a mosque. AIMPLB gave the example of Hagia Sophia in Turkey and said that conditions do not last forever
“Babri Masjid was and always will be a mosque. Hagia Sophia is a great example for Us. Re-creating the land from an unfair, oppressive, shameful and majority-appeasing decision cannot change it. It does not need to be broken. AIMPLB tweeted Done. , “it lasts forever”.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi left for Ayodhya from Delhi on Wednesday to attend the Bhoomi Pujan of the Ram Temple. The big ceremony for Bhoomi Pujan started at 8 am and PM Modi will present Bhoomi Pujan at the auspicious time of 12:40 pm.
CCTV screens have been installed in the holy city so that people can see the ceremony live before it begins. Prime Minister Modi left Delhi at 9:30 am on a special plane and will land in Lucknow. After landing in Lucknow, He will board a helicopter to Ayodhya. After landing at Ayodhya, PM Modi will perform pooja and worship at Hanumangarhi Temple.
In addition to Prime Minister Modi, the Bhoomi Poojan ceremony will be attended by ri Ram Janambhoomi Teerath Kshetra Trust, President Nritya Gopal Das, RSS Chief Bhagwat, UP Governor Anandiben Patel, and CM Yogi Adityanath.