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After facing defeat in elections, BJP opens eye about Ram Temple issue

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New Delhi: The Ram temple issue echoed in the BJP’s parliamentary party meeting on Tuesday, with some MPs asking when it will be constructed, to which Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that everyone wanted it and told them to be patient.

BJP sources said Ravindra Kushwaha and Hari Narayan Rajbhar, both of whom represent Lok Sabha constituencies from Uttar Pradesh, raised the issue, drawing support from others when Singh was addressing the party MPs.

 

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not present in meeting, nor was party president Amit Shah.

Two party MPs said Singh told party’s parliamentarians that it is everybody’s wish to see a Ram temple in Ayodhya and asked them to be patient.

 

 

Hindutva organisations, including the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh, have in the last few months intensified their demand for early construction of the temple, with many of them, including RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, pitching for a law to enable it.

Though the BJP has agreed with the sentiments of these organisations, it has so far not come out in support of a law.

The Ram temple land dispute is presently being heard in the Supreme Court.

 

Soon after facing defeat in polls, Ram temple issue becomes eye-opener for BJP:

 

There is a view within the party that paving the way for the temple’s construction will boost its prospects in the Lok Sabha elections.

In his speech, Singh asserted Tuesday that the opposition has no leader to match Modi’s popularity and asked BJP MPs to work for the party’s re-election in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

 

 

After the party suffered defeats in the recent assembly polls in which it lost power in all three states it ruled, it is looking at a tough challenge from the opposition to its bid to return to power at the Centre in 2019.

“We are far ahead of the opposition. Circumstances are very good for us,” Singh said, according to Parliamentary Affairs Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.

 

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Tomar also told reporters that the passage of the triple talaq bill, which stipulates jail term for Muslim men accused of giving instant divorce to their wives, in Parliament is a top priority for the government.

Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad briefed party MPs on the Supreme Court’s judgement on the Rafale issue, the conviction of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in an anti-Sikh riot case besides the triple talaq legislation, Tomar said.

 

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After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there is a demand for a ban on pubg

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Demand to ban Chinese goods continues to grow. After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there has been a demand to shut down Chinese games related to children.

Members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee meeting on Information Technology on Tuesday demanded a ban on the popular but controversial Chinese game PubG among children. The agenda of the meeting was data privacy and data security.

Apart from this, some members expressed concern over the Chinese app being used in the country despite the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps.

It most prominently referred to the cam scanner. The cam scanner is used to scan documents and photos on mobile and is also included in 59 restricted mobile apps.

Members particularly expressed concern that the police administration of the country is also using this app. The members were more worried about whether sensitive information was being stolen through this app.

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