Modi Says Ordinance On Ram Mandir Only After Judicial Process
The matter will be heard by the Supreme Court on January 4.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today clarified that his administration will decide on bringing an ordinance for Ayodhya’s Ram temple issue only after the judicial process is completed.
“Let the judicial process be over,” Modi said in an interview to news agency ANI. “After the judicial process is over, whatever will be our responsibility as the government, we are ready to make all efforts.”
Modi said that the judicial process was being slowed because Congress lawyers were creating “obstacles” in the Supreme Court. “We have said in our BJP manifesto that a solution would be found to this issue under the ambit of the Constitution.”
The matter will be heard by the Supreme Court on Jan. 4.
Here are the other takeaways from Modi’s interview.
On Urjit Patel
He himself requested (to resign) on personal reasons. I am revealing for the first time. He was telling me about it for the past six-seven months before his resignation. He gave it even in writing. No question of political pressure. He did a good job as RBI governorNarendra Modi, Prime Minister
This wasn’t a jhatka. We had warned people a year before, that if you have such wealth (black money), you can deposit it, pay penalties and you will be helped out. However, they thought Modi too would behave like others so very few came forward voluntarilyNarendra Modi, Prime Minister
It is going to be ‘Janta’ versus ‘gathbandhan’. Modi is just a manifestation of public love and blessings.Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
It is a fact that those considered first family, who ran the country for four generations, are out on bail, that too for financial irregularities. It is a big thing. A set of people, who are at their service, are trying to suppress such information and push other narratives.Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
On Surgical Strikes
I knew it was a big risk. I never care about any political risk to me.Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
Watch the full interview here.