Facts should be allowed to come out, says RSS on the Gyanvapi issue
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has said that the facts related to the Gyanvapi row should be allowed to come fore while asserting that truth can’t be hidden for long. Earlier, amid the ongoing debate over a ‘Shivling’ found in the Gyanvapi premise during a court-mandated videography survey in Varanasi, the court has ordered to seal off the area.
This statement made by the RSS top official is extremely significant amid the ongoing Kashi Vishwanath temple-Gyanvapi dispute.
RSS publicity in-charge Sunil Ambekar made this statement on the Gyanvapi masjid issue while addressing an annual event organized by Indraprastha Vishwa Samvad Kendra, the RSS’ dialogue cell, in New Delhi on Wednesday to honour journalists.
While addressing the programme, Ambekar said, “There are some facts about Gyanvapi which are coming out in the open. I believe we should let the facts come out in the open. In any case, the truth always finds a way to come out. How long can you hide it?”
He further added, “I believe that the time has come to put the historical facts in the right perspective before the society.”
Addressing the same RSS event held on Wednesday, Union Minister Sanjeev Balyan also echoed similar views on the Gyanvapi issue. Expressing his sentiments associated with the Gyanvapi issue, Balyan said he was in Varanasi when all these events (related to Gyanvapi) unfolded.
“When I got information about a Shivling being found in the mosque, I got emotional and my eyes were filled with tears when I came to know that Nandi (a sacred ox on which Lord Shiva rides) had been waiting for Lord Shiva for many centuries,” the Union Minister added.
[With Inputs from IANS]
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