HomeBusinessRam temple debate on last day of budget session today - Amar...

Ram temple debate on last day of budget session today – Amar Ujala Hindi News Live IG News


Debate on Ram temple on the last day of today's budget session

– Photo: Social Media


The budget session of the DZ continues. Today is the last day of the budget session. On the last day of the budget session, the Ram temple in Ayodhya will be debated in Parliament. According to the Lok Sabha Secretariat, senior BJP leader Satyapal Singh will discuss the construction of the Ram temple and the dedication of Ram Lalla. Shiv Sena member Shrikant Shinde has also announced a debate on the issue. Members of the ruling coalition are expected to praise Prime Minister Narendra Modi for ensuring the construction of the Ram temple. Along with the Ram temple debate, the BJP will give a political message on the Hindutva issue. Sources said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will present his views in the debate at 5 pm. The BJP issued a whip to ensure the presence of MPs on Saturday.

The budget session began on January 31

The budget session of the DZ began on January 31. The session began with an address by the President, Draupadi Murmu. This session was special in two respects – firstly, in this session the finance minister of the state presented the interim budget. This session was also the last budget of the second term of the Modi government. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the interim budget in Parliament on February 1.

Ramlala’s life was consecrated on January 22.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on January 22. He consecrated Ramlala with rituals. After 500 years of struggle, Ramlala’s life was sanctified. The temples were open to common devotees from January 23, the next day of Pran Pratishtha. Devotees can get darshan of Lord Ram. The temple where Lord Ram sits was the first phase of the Ram Mandir project. After Pran Pratishtha, work will now be done on the rest of the temple, which will make the shape of the Ram Temple even more divine and magnificent. The entire temple is expected to be completed in three phases.

- Advertisment -

Most Popular