Today in Alwar, Rajasthan PM Modi during his rally said that Congress is the snag and it is creating an obstacle in the construction of Lord Ram Temple in Ayodhya. He said that Congress is forcing supreme court to withdraw its decision of building Ram Mandir due to coming 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He added that opposition is dragging judiciary into politics. Judiciary has nothing to do with politics. it’s Congress who is dragging judiciary into politics. After the indulgence of Shivsena and Vishva Hindu Parishad (VSP) the construction of the Ram Mandir issue has reached to its extreme. As VSPians are demanding the construction of grand Ram Mandir. Whereas Shivsena chief Uddhav Thakre recently visited Ayodhya and said that BJP should build Lord Ram Temple as soon as possible. he added that BJP is itself the ruling party in the centre and as well as State (UP). He questioned the Government that what else is stopping you from building the Grand Lord Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
Amit Shah said the party will have to check the veracity of the post and the person who posted it. “You can also post something using my name. We will definitely look into the issue.
After days of silence, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah has finally spoken on the allegations of sexual harassment against Union minister MJ Akbar.
Speaking to a local channel Shah reportedly said the party will have to verify the authenticity of the allegations against Akbar. “Dekhna padega ki yeh sach hai ya galat (We will have to see if the allegations are true or false),” Shah said.
Under the ongoing #MeToo movement, many women journalists have leveled sexual harassment against Akbar. Ever since these charges became public, the demand for Akbar’s resignation has grown.
Amit Shah also said, “We have to check the veracity of the post and the person who posted it. You can also post something using my name. We will definitely look into the issue.”
Akbar, a former journalist, faces serious allegations of sexual harassment. The allegations have been made by a number of women journalists, who have come forward as part of the #MeToo campaign that has raging on the social media.
The accounts are from a time when Akbar held senior editorial positions in media firms. The women have described how Akbar used to conduct meetings and interviews in hotel rooms and exhibit “predatory” behaviour.
Meanwhile, sources have told that the government will ask Akbar to step down as the Minister of State for External Affairs once he returns from Africa.