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This Is The Line PM Modi Said At The Start Of His Ayodhya Speech That Made Dr Subramanian Swamy Go 'Super!!... This Is Enough'

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Published:


  • Dr Subramanian Swamy go 'Super!!... This is enough' about PM Narendra Modi's speech in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh
  • Here is what led him to tweet about the Prime Minister's speech

PM Narendra Modi's speech in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday which he began by calling the region as "the land of Lord Ram" appears to have made those people happy who have been demanding the building of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, most visibly Dr Subramanian Swamy.

Dr Swamy who has been one of the most vocal voices on the issue of Ram Mandir and demanded an Ordinance on the Ayodhya title suit case tweeted about PM Narendra Modi's speech.

"Super!! Namo began his speech at Ayodhya stating that “I speak on Maryada Purushottam Ram’s turf and which land is our pride”( my translation). This is enough," he tweeted.

On Wednesday, the Prime Minister said that Ayodhya was the land of Lord Ram and pride of the country.

"This is the land of Maryada Purshotam Prabhu Ram. It is the pride of the nation," the Prime Minister said.


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PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday held a rally in Ayodhya after five years. The last time he did was as a Prime Ministerial candidate for the BJP in 2014. PM Modi will be holding two mega-rallies in the city. The holy town has been central to the BJP and its Hindutva affiliates' agitation for a Ram temple at what many believe to be the birthplace of Lord Ram.

During his speech, the PM slammed the gathbandhan for misusing the names of Babasaheb Ambedkar and Ram Manohar Lohia.

"Be it SP, BSP or Congress, it's necessary to know their reality. Behen ji used the name of Babasaheb Ambedkar but she did everything just the opposite of his principles. SP used the name of Lohia ji but they destroyed the law & order situation in UP," he said.

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