File picture of senior Congress chief and former Karnataka CM Veerappa Moily
Senior Congress chief Veerappa Moily on January 23 solid doubt on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s declare of fasting for 11 days to purify himself for the Pran Pratishtha, the temple consecration ceremony in Ayodhya.
If Modi has not fasted for 11 days, then he has rendered the sanctum sanctorum ‘apavitra’ (impure),” acknowledged Moily, as reported by CNN-News18. These feedback adopted the consecration ceremony in Ayodhya, marking the temple’s inauguration.
“He (Modi) claims to have fasted for 11 days. Throughout my morning stroll, I requested a health care provider about it. He stated a human can’t survive by fasting for that lengthy,” the information channel quoted Moily as saying.
“I’ve doubts about how he fasted. If he hasn’t fasted and entered the sanctum sanctorum, then the place has been made ‘apavitra’ (impure) and it received’t have the identical form of vitality,” the previous Karnataka chief minister additional reportedly stated.
Reacting to his assertion, senior Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) chief BC Nagesh accused the Congress of constructing baseless allegations.
“Congress is attempting to fulfill its individuals with this type of assertion. They’re able to make any form of allegations to sway voters. However individuals will reject their baseless allegations towards Prime Minister Modi,” Nagesh stated whereas talking to CNN-Information 18.
In the meantime, the Ram temple was opened up for frequent individuals earlier in the present day. A day earlier, the consecration rituals had been carried out within the presence of round 7,000 visitors, which comprised outstanding personalities spreading throughout varied fields of life.
The Congress, which is the nation’s principal opposition get together, had rejected the invitation, saying that the temple inauguration ceremony has been changed into a “BJP-RSS political occasion”.
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