UP BJP leaders "preparing" for riots ahead of Constitution day: Rihai Manch

UP's civil rights organization, Rihai Manch, has accused Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Shiv Sena of making preparations for riots at Ayodhya and elsewhere in the state. Pointing out that this being done ahead of the Constitution Day, November 26, the civil rights body said, Hindutva forces, who demolished the Babri years ago, are planning to hold a huge meeting for riots in the name of Ram Mandir a day before the Constitution Day.
Rihai Manch president Muhammad Shoeb said, BJP leaders are all set to "break the Constitution" by declaring that they are starting to build a temple at the Babri site. These leaders are BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, and state cooperative minister Mukund Bihari Verma. Verma went so far as to say, "We are determined to build a temple, the Supreme Court is also ours and the judiciary is also ours."
Pointing out that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given a go-ahead to the move, Shoeb further said, already, people are being mobilized through rallies and meetings for Ram temple. "There are reports of huge mob gathering on November 25, while innocent people are fleeing. All this is being done in the name of Dharma Sabha. Yet, the district magistrate and the superintendent of police are not sharing any information", he added.

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