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Shivraj Chouhan Describes PM As “Leader Of 5 Centuries” Over Ayodhya Temple


Shivraj Singh Chouhan described Prime Minister Modi because the “leader of five centuries” (FILE)


Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday described Prime Minister Narendra Modi because the “leader of five centuries” who resolved the equally outdated dispute together with his environment friendly management and paved the way in which for the development of a grand temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya.

With PM Modi performing “bhoomi pujan” for the development of the temple, Mr Chouhan stated a “new era” has begun.

“The country had seen many big leaders who had led effectively. The country also saw leaders (of calibre) who were unique in a decade and even in a century. But PM Modiji has become the leader of five centuries,” Mr Chouhan tweeted.

In one other tweet, the senior BJP chief stated, “The illustrious Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has not only ended the 500-year-old dispute with his efficient leadership but also paved the way for the construction of a grand temple of Lord Ram. This has become possible due to the strong will of Modiji and by the blessings of Shriram”.

Earlier within the day, Mr Chouhan was discharged from a hospital the place he was admitted on July 25 for therapy of the COVID-19 illness.

After his discharge, Mr Chouhan watched the muse stone laying ceremony in Ayodhya on tv.

“Whether it is Article 370 or the construction of Lord Ram’s temple in Ayodhya, (there promises) are getting fulfilled only because of Modiji’s resolve,” he informed reporters on the hospital.

When requested about Congress chief Digvijay Singh terming the ”bhoomi pujan” muhurat as inauspicious, Mr Chouhan stated some individuals take pleasure in discovering faults in the whole lot.

“I do not want to talk about anything like this today. The construction of Lord Ram’s temple is beginning today. Such people should also join this happy moment,” Mr Chouhan stated.

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