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Congress not opposed to
Ram temple construction


February 18, 2003 19:38 IST

The Congress on Tuesday said it was not opposed to construction of the Ram temple at Ayodhya, but the site should be decided by a court of law.

Party spokesman Satyabrata Chaturvedi accused the BJP and Sangh Parivar of raking up the Ayodhya issue before the budget session of Parliament keeping in view the assembly polls in some states.

Speaking to reporters in Delhi, he, however, parried a question on former prime minister P V Narasimha Rao's promise to construct a mosque at the site where the Babri masjid used to exist.

PTI


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Since it was the Congress Party that had referred the matter to the Supreme Court as a delaying tactic in the first place, any suggestion ...


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The claim of the Congress Party that it is not opposed to Ram Temple in Ayodhya is to deceive the voters in the ensuing elections ...


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