Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has stated that if Shri Ram Janmabhoomi can be reclaimed after 500 years, there is no reason why India cannot take back the Sindh province from Pakistan. Speaking at the two-day National Sindhi Convention, Adityanath highlighted the upcoming construction of a grand temple for Lord Ram in Ayodhya and emphasized that the temple signifies the retrieval of Ram Janmabhoomi. The statement from the state government informed that the Chief Minister’s remark received a resounding applause from the audience.

Adityanath further mentioned the importance of educating the present generation of the Sindhi community about their history, particularly the hardships they endured during the Partition. He attributed the division of the country to the stubbornness of a single individual and condemned the massacres and displacement that occurred during Partition. Adityanath stressed the need to eradicate the evil tendencies in society and referred to religious scriptures, such as those of Lord Krishna and Jhulelal, which promote the protection of good and the elimination of evil for human welfare.

The Chief Minister emphasized the interconnectedness of country, religion, and society, noting that terrorism is diminishing in India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Adityanath called upon people to prioritize the nation’s welfare and prevent a repeat of tragic events like the Partition. He regarded the Sindhi community as an integral part of India’s Sanatana Dharma and commended their progress even in challenging circumstances, citing them as an example of rising from adversity to success.

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