BY A STAFF REPORTER: Union Home Minister Amit Shah marked 22nd January as the beginning of 'great India' while addressing the Lok Sabha session on 10th February.
He further asserted that the History of India is incomplete without the Ram Mandir Movement as it is a prominent part of Indian history. Shah argued that those who cannot imagine the nation with Lord Ram are disconnected from the country and perpetuate colonial-era sentiments.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah says, "No one can read the history of this country by ignoring the Ram Mandir movement. Since 1528, every generation has seen this movement in some form or the other. This matter remained stuck for a long time. This dream had to be fulfilled during… pic.twitter.com/wDQw7hAvz7— ANI (@ANI) February 10, 2024
He also mentioned that all generations have witnessed the struggle since 1528 and the dream of Ram devotees was fulfilled during Modi's government.
Ram Mandir Pran-Pratishtha ceremony took place on 22nd January in Ayodhya. Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the rituals as the chief 'Yajman' and a sea of dignitaries from all walks of life attended the ceremony.