/Last Mughal descendant offers gold brick for Ram Temple

Last Mughal descendant offers gold brick for Ram Temple

Prince Yakub Habeebuddin Tucy, a self-proclaimed descendant of the Mughals has supplied a gold brick weighing one kilogram to prime Minister Narendra Modi pronouncing it could be used for the development of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

Habeebuddin Tucy become additionally in information closing year whilst he demanded to be appointed the caretaker of the Babri Masjid that once stood over the Ramjanmabhoomi land in Ayodhya, now exceeded over by using the preferrred court docket to the government for creation of a Ram Temple after extended court docket struggle over the ownership of the land among Hindu and Muslim events.

Tucy said it become a remember of happiness that an problem concerning the religion and feelings of over a hundred crore Hindus were resolved in an amicable manner.

The Bhumi Pujan ceremony to be hung on August 5 is planned to be celebrated with lighting of earthen lamps and decoration with flowers to recreate the Hindu festival of Diwali which marks the homecoming of Lord Rama after several years in exile. Several pinnacle leaders of the crucial and state governments are also anticipated to wait the characteristic in Ayodhya at the side of the proponents of the motion along with LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to put the inspiration stone for the temple on August 5 at 12.15 pm, taken into consideration to be an auspicious event for beginning the construction of the temple.


UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had the previous day requested that temples inside the city be cleaned and decorated earlier than lighting fixtures of oil lamps in the night. He additionally stated the instant had arrived after 500-years of conflict.

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