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Uma denies to resign, says no force can stop Ram temple construction

Last Modified Wednesday, 19 April 2017 (15:56 IST)
New Delhi: Unfazed by the decision for her trial on conspiracy charges in the Ayodhya case, Water Resources, River Development and Minister today said now no force in the world can stop the construction of Ram Mandir. In a daring posture, she said, there was no conspiracy and she did everything in open. Addressing reporters Ms Bharti said, "There was no conspiracy and everything was open. I participated in the Ram Mandir movement and proud to be a part of it.
 

I have always remained unapologetic and never regretted for being a part of the movement". She, however, said that she respected the court decision. "With this judgment, a situation has arisen in which I feel resolution of the matter might happen out of the court," she said without further elaborating. The Supreme Court today ruled that senior BJP leaders, including L K Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Uma Bharti and several other 'Sangh Parivar' leaders will face trial on conspiracy charges in the disputed structure demolition case.
 
Ms Bharti said she was ready to sacrifice her life for construction of Ram Mandir and she was leaving tonight for Ayodhya, where she will pledge for construction of the temple. She said from two seats to forming a government today, Ram Mandir played a very important role in the rise of the BJP. "I am ready to face any punishment for Ayodhya, Ganga and Tiranga," the firebrand BJP leader said. (UNI)
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