Ayodhya temple will be built in 2025 – Big statement by Bhaiyaji Joshi
In a program held at the Kumbh Mela at Prayag Raj, Bhaiya Ji Joshi Chief Executive at Sangh targeted the central government’s gesture and satirized that Ram temple will be built in the year 2025. Speaking on Ram Mandir in this program, Bhaiyaji Joshi said that construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya will take place in 2025, the country will start to grow rapidly. According to him, the pace of development in the country will increase in the same way, like in 1952, after the construction of the temple in Somnath.
In the seminar organized by Divya Prem Seva Mission, the institution of Haridwar at Kumbh Mela, Bhaiyaji Joshi, the Chief Executive of the Sangh, did not just consider the temple but also the issue of development. He said that development will get momentum when Ram temple will be built in Ayodhya by the year 2025.
In this program, Bhaiyaji Joshi has clearly stated that there are still many challenges to the construction of the Ram temple, which need to be tackled. According to him, Ram temple in Ayodhya is not just a temple, but it is also associated with the faith and respect of millions of Hindus across the world.
He also introduced the example of development in the year 1952 when the Congress government was formed under the leadership of Pandit Nehru. Bhaiyaji Joshi said that India will become world-master after almost 150 years.
In fact, it is believed that the RSS, angry at the absence of the way for the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, has now started targeting Center’s Modi government directly. When ABP News asked Bhaiyaji Joshi to talk about this, after talking about the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya during the year 2025, he refused to speak anything on the camera.
He said in a separate conversation with the camera that everybody is speaking on their own with the intention of making the temple in 2025 and they have spoken with their will. Bhaiyaji Joshi also expressed regret over the division of Hindu society in the program and stressed on solidarity.