Ram Mandir: ‘Ram temple in January, Abu Dhabi temple in February and then…’, Shashi Tharoor made this prediction about PM Modi and the elections

Ram Mandir Ceremony Ayodhya: Ahead of the inauguration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on January 22, the politics around it have also intensified. The ruling BJP and opposition parties are also painting themselves into a corner in this regard. Now Congress MP Shashi Tharoor has fiercely attacked the BJP and the Narendra Modi government on the pretext of the temple.

Regarding the inauguration of the Ayodhya Ram temple on January 22 and the inauguration of the BAPS Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi a few days later, Shashi Tharoor has said that both events will set the stage for the 2024 elections. Shashi Tharoor predicted that the dates of the elections will be announced shortly thereafter. Tharoor said that by 2024, Narendra Modi wants to send the message that he is a Hindu Hriday Samrat, but he asked what happened to the good days.

Modi will also inaugurate the Abu Dhabi temple in February

We tell you that while on the one hand the opposition is divided on whether or not to participate in this program, on the other Prime Minister Modi has accepted the invitation to inaugurate the BAPS Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi, which is the largest in the United Arab Emirates . There will be a big Hindu temple.

Questions are also asked about unemployment and good days.

Tharoor further said, “In 2019, when things were going wrong due to disastrous demonetisation, Narendra Modi took advantage of the Pulwama terror attack by making it a national security issue in the general elections. Now, in 2024, it is clear that the BJP will return to its original form. Narendra Modi will be introduced as the Hindu Hriday Samrat. The Congress MP said the 2024 elections are becoming a question of Hindutva versus popular welfare. But the question arises: what happened to the good days? What happened to 2 million jobs per year? What happened to economic growth that would benefit those at the bottom of the socioeconomic ladder? What happened to pocketing the disposable income and what happened to the Rs 15 lakh each in every Indian’s bank account?

Sam Pitroda was also concerned that the temple would become a national issue.

At the same time, Overseas Indian Congress president Sam Pitroda said he is worried that the inauguration of the Ram Temple will become a national issue. Shashi Tharoor also expressed a similar opinion and said that religion is a personal matter and he too would like to visit Ram Temple but not on the inauguration day before the 2024 elections. Tharoor had also earlier clarified that he had not received no invitation.

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