Digvijay Singh: Lord Ram in Heart, No Invitation Needed for Ayodhya Temple Visit

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale  - Senior Editor
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Digvijay Singh’s Personal Connection to Lord Ram

In a statement on Wednesday, senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh expressed that he doesn’t require an invitation to visit the newly constructed temple in Ayodhya, as he believes Lord Ram resides in his heart. Responding to queries from reporters about receiving an invitation for the idol consecration ceremony on January 22, Singh emphasized, “I do not need anyone’s invitation to have darshan of Lord Ram. Lord Ram is in our hearts.”

Concerns Over Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs)

Singh also raised concerns about the increasing distrust in electronic voting machines (EVMs) among the public. Alleging that the Election Commission had not given sufficient time to the opposition to address these concerns, Singh mentioned that discussions on EVM issues had been ongoing for the last six months within the Bharat Block. According to Singh, the Election Commission’s approach towards questions regarding the software and chip technology of EVMs has contributed to a growing distrust in the minds of the people.

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Suspension of Opposition MPs

Highlighting another issue, Singh stated that a considerable number of opposition MPs were suspended from Parliament for seeking Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement on the Parliament security breach incident. He expressed dissatisfaction, noting, “We were suspended from Parliament, and important bills were passed without discussion.”

Concerns for Democracy’s Future

Singh warned that if the Election Commission and the Central Government persist with the same attitude, it may lead to a gradual loss of faith in democracy among the common people. He added, “No one can stop the path of revolution.”

Accusations Against BJP and Election Results

Singh took a dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), responding to their queries about glitches in EVMs and pointing out the BJP’s slogan ‘Abki Baar 400 Paar’ (winning more than 400 seats this time) for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. He accused the BJP of misusing the administrative machinery in Madhya Pradesh, including adding fake names to the voter list and engaging in fraudulent voting. Despite BJP’s claims, Singh argued that the BJP was losing in the state assembly elections held in November last year, contradicting election surveys that favored the Congress.

Conclusion

Expressing doubt over the efficiency of EVMs, Singh concluded by remarking that the election results were entirely opposite to expectations.

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