Congregations of over 3500 seers from across the country have gathered to echo their stance over ordinance on Ram Mandir in one voice in New Delhi. Adding on to the Ram Mandir discourse, Ram Madhav, the National General Secretary of BJP mentioned 'how the delay in the verdict of the Ayodhya dispute is perceived as a failure of the Judiciary system'.
“It’s a repeat of history and it is very sad that the judicial system has failed. The Judicial process is moving on and that has created a fuss among the supporters of Ram Mandir. Last chief justice said by October 29 the decision process of the Supreme Court will be started. But then again, the new CJI has delayed by several months. And because of this, there is an anxiety among the supporters.” Madhav said.
He added, “Ordinance is a way but I think the Supreme Court has its own concern.”
Andhra Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on November 1 called the Opposition leaders against the Government to join hands in an alliance; commenting on that Madhav responded:
“Chandrababu is talking about saving the Nation. But it will be commendable if he can save his own Government in Andhra Pradesh. He is running a corrupt Government and people are totally fed up of his Government.”
He added, “In MP, and Chattishgarh we will return to power very comfortably. In Rajasthan, we are in a good fight but once PM Modi starts campaigning, I am very sure we will turn the tides in our favour.”
Meanwhile, in the political spectrum, the issue of Ram Mandir seems to be brimming with parties and leaders making strong stands, making stronger statements.
RSS read a statement on October 31 that stated, "Ram Mandir is a subject of National pride and dignity. The way Sardar Patel reconstructed the Somnath Temple and how the then President Dr. Rajendra Prasad presided over the installation ceremony, in the same way, the government should acquire the land and grant it for building the Ram Mandir. For this, the government should come up with an ordinance".