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Asaduddin Owaisi asserts respect for Lord Ram amidst Ayodhya Temple debate

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New Delhi: In a vigorous debate in the Lok Sabha on the resolution concerning the inauguration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Asaduddin Owaisi, leader of AIMIM, expressed profound respect for Lord Ram but conveyed disdain for Nathuram Godse, Mahatma Gandhi's assassin.

Owaisi directed his ire at the BJP-led Centre, demanding clarification on whether the government possesses its 'own religion.'

During the discussion on the Ram Temple, Owaisi, an AIMIM MP, proclaimed, "I have the highest respect for Lord Ram but hate Nathuram Godse because he killed the person whose last words were 'Hey Ram.'"

Escalating his criticism against the ruling BJP, Owaisi pressed for clarity on whether the government, under PM Modi's leadership, represents a specific community or religion, or the entire nation. He questioned the government's religious affiliation, asserting that the country should not align with any particular religion.

Owaisi also urged the government to reveal whether the resolution on the Ayodhya event and the deity's 'Pran Pratishtha' on January 22 aimed at symbolising the triumph of one religion over another. He questioned the larger message conveyed to the 17 crore Muslims in the country through this resolution.

Criticising the BJP for allegedly associating minority community leaders with Muslim invaders and rulers, Owaisi rhetorically asked, "Am I a spokesperson for Babar, Jinnah, or Aurangzeb?"

In the Rajya Sabha, a discussion on the 'Pran Pratishtha' ceremony of Shri Ram Lalla in Ayodhya took place.

BJP's national president, JP Nadda, asserted that the 'Pran Pratishtha Day' signifies the resurgence of the country's spiritual and cultural conscience. Nadda characterised the day as a momentous event, marking the rebirth and resurgence of the country's spiritual and cultural conscience, in contrast to its historical period of slavery and oppression.

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