Ayodhya news: The role of VHP after the verdict

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On November 9, the Supreme Court has cleared the way to build a Ram temple on disputed land on the temple-mosque dispute in Ayodhya. Now there is a lot of hustle and bustle in Ayodhya.

Ram Vilas Vedanti, leader of the World Hindu Council and a two-time MP, says, "When we build a grand temple at the birth place of Lord Ram, the transformation of Ayodhya will be transformed. You will then see the new Ayodhya. There will also be a change in the infrastructure. ''

Ram devotee and priest Chabil Sharan says he is no longer waiting. They think that the construction of Ram temple will start soon. Sharan feels that after becoming the Ram temple, Ayodhya will be the paradise of the world.

After the Supreme Court decision, people's expectations have increased in Ayodhya. From priests to ordinary people, hope has also increased. "I want Ayodhya to be a cultural center of India and teach about Hinduism here," said a Ram devotee wearing saffron robes.
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Vedanti also says that if you look at the ruins of Ayodhya, one can feel the rich past here. Vedanti wants the 'lost glory' of the past to come back.

Many people feel that the Ram temple had to wait for a very long time. Chibil Asylum looks as childish as childless. He said he wants to work for the temple.

He says, "We waited for 25 years. Many people associated with the temple movement are no longer in this world. Luckily we are alive and our dream is finally fulfilled. ''
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The Vishwa Hindu Parishad, the VHP, started the movement on the Ram temple in 1984. The movement was to build a Ram temple in place of the Babri Masjid. The people involved in the movement argued that the Babri Masjid was built by breaking the ancient temple at the birthplace of Ram.

This temple movement got even faster when the BJP joined. The movement was taken over by the then chief of the BJP, LK Advani and finally the Babri Masjid was demolished on December 6, 1992.