Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is going to Ayodhya before Diwali. Kejriwal, who calls himself a devotee of Hanuman, will visit Ayodhya on Tuesday, 26 October to see Ram Lalla. However, before the Supreme Court’s decision regarding the Ram temple, he has raised questions on it many times, for which he was also criticized a lot.
Earlier, he had also congratulated the countrymen on the land worship for the construction of Ram temple. Kejriwal had then tweeted and said, “May the blessings of Lord Ram be with us. With his blessings our country got freedom from hunger, illiteracy and poverty and India became the most powerful nation in the world. May India give direction to the world in the times to come. Jai Shree Ram! Jai bajarangabalee!”
In March this year, during the discussion on the LG’s address in the Delhi Assembly, Kejriwal had said that he was trying to implement the concept of Ram Rajya in Delhi. He had said that after the order of the Supreme Court, a grand Ram temple is going to be built in Ayodhya, whenever this temple is ready, he will take all the elders of Delhi to visit the Ram temple in Ayodhya for free.
Kejriwal said that I am a devotee of Lord Ram and Hanuman. We have been following 10 principles inspired by the concept of Ram Rajya for the service of the people. Kejriwal had said that Lord Shri Ram is dear to all of us. I personally am a devotee of Hanuman ji and Hanuman ji is a devotee of Shri Ram ji, in that respect I am a devotee of both.
He had said that Lord Shri Ram was the king of Ayodhya, during his reign everyone was happy, no one had any kind of sorrow, hence it was called Ramrajya. Ram Rajya is a concept. Ramchandra ji was God, we are an insignificant human being in front of him. We cannot compare them in any way, but taking inspiration from them, if we can make a meaningful effort by following the path of Ram Rajya, then our life will be blessed. For the last six years, we are trying to implement the same concept of Ram Rajya with a clean intention in Delhi.