"Will Only Vote For Ram Temple": Rajnath Singh Interrupted During Speech

Rajnath Singh, who is a Lok Sabha lawmaker from Lucknow, was speaking at the Yuva Kumbh event in the Uttar Pradesh capital when members attending the function interrupted his speech for around four minutes.

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'Will Only Vote For Ram Temple': Rajnath Singh Interrupted During Speech

Rajnath Singh told the audience he would only speak if they maintained silence


Lucknow: 

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday found himself in an uncomfortable situation after slogans demanding the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya were raised in the middle of his speech in Lucknow.

Mr Singh, who is a Lok Sabha lawmaker from Lucknow, was speaking at the Yuva Kumbh event in the Uttar Pradesh capital when members attending the function interrupted his speech for around four minutes.

"Jo Mandir Banwayega, vote ussi ko jayega (We will vote for the party, which constructs the Ram Temple)," the audience chanted disrupting Mr Singh's speech.

Meanwhile, the organisers requested the audience to maintain calm and listen to Mr Singh.

Mr Singh then told the audience that he would only speak if they maintained silence.



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