Slamming Congress's Kapil Sibal, who is representing the Sunni Waqf Board in the Ram temple issue, PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that how can he say don't find a solution to Ayodhya issue until next election.
"No objection that Kapil Sibal is fighting on behalf of Muslim community but how can he say do not find a solution to Ayodhya issue until next election? How is it connected to Lok Sabha elections," the prime minister said while addressing a public meeting in Dhandhuka.
Earlier, it was being said that all poll rallies scheduled for Wednesday have been cancelled or postponed in view of cyclone Ockhi. Following the bad weather in several parts of the state, BJP as well as the Opposition leaders had initially decided to cancel their public meetings.
Gujarat goes to polls in two phases on December 9 and 14, while votes will be counted on December 18.
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#When Triple Talaq matter was in Supreme Court, government had to put their affidavit, newspapers commented that Modi will remain silent because of Uttar Pradesh polls. People told me not to speak on the matter else there will be losses in elections.
#I don't take decisions on basis of elections, the prime minister said.
#No objection that Kapil Sibal is fighting on behalf of Muslim community but how can he say do not find a solution to Ayodhya issue until next election? How is it connected to Lok Sabha elections, asks PM Modi
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#One family has done greatest injustice to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and Sardar Patel. When Pandit Nehru's influence on the Congress was complete, the Congress ensured that Dr. Ambedkar found it tough to join the Constituent Assembly.