Good news awaits Ram bhakts, says Yogi Adityanath
Technical sessions of Gyankumbh were out of bounds for the media and the suggestions made by academicians and educationists at the event will be forwarded to the Union Ministry for Human Resources
Asserting that a Ram temple will be built in Ayodhya soon, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said Sunday a piece of good news regarding this awaited devotees all over the country. He said a South Korean delegation was coming to Ayodhya to celebrate Diwali on Nov 6 when the festival of lights would be celebrated at Lord Ram's birthplace on a grand scale.
Speaking at the concluding ceremony of Gyankumbh, a two-day meet at Patanjali Yogpeeth here on improvements of the higher education standards, Adityanath said the Lord Ram's devotees all over the country will not have to wait for long for a piece of good news on the construction of a grand temple in Ayodhya.
He also appealed to everyone to light a lamp this Diwali in the name of Lord Ram. On improvement of the higher education standards in the country, the UP CM said the use of unfair means at examinations must be stopped and teachers should be made accountable for it. Noting that these measures will lead to major changes, he said it has been done in Uttar Pradesh.
Yoga guru Ramdev said Yogi Adityanath was the country's future and the BJP MPs should bring a legislation in Parliament to build a Ram temple in Ayodhya. "Parliament is the highest institution in a democracy," Ramdev said. Technical sessions of Gyankumbh were out of bounds for the media and the suggestions made by academicians and educationists at the event will be forwarded to the Union Ministry for Human Resources.
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