Hindus going to Ram temple will come out as 'Muslims', statement of former Pakistani cricketer goes viral - Newztezz Online


Saturday, November 18, 2023

Hindus going to Ram temple will come out as 'Muslims', statement of former Pakistani cricketer goes viral

Former Pakistan cricket team captain Javed Miandad has made a controversial comment on Ram Temple in Ayodhya, which can create a big controversy. 
He said that Hindus going to visit Ram temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh will come out as “Muslims”. One of his videos is viral on social media, on which people reacted sharply. This video has surfaced two months before the inauguration of Ram Temple.

In the viral video, the former Pakistani cricketer can be heard saying, “Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done a very good job. A mosque was converted into a temple. I believe that whoever goes to that temple will come out as a Muslim because our roots always remain there. I am very glad that you did something wrong, but people will not understand that it is actually right.” The video of former Pakistani cricketer circulating on social media is said to be three years old, but is now viral.

Who is Javed Miandad?

Javed Miandad was one of the youngest players to play the role of captain for Pakistan at the age of 22. This legendary batsman was a part of the Pakistan cricket team in 1992 when Pakistan team won the World Cup. After his career, Miandad held key positions in the Pakistan Cricket Board. He also coached the Pakistan national team three times.

PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate Ram temple

On August 5, 2020, Prime Minister Modi laid the foundation stone of 'Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Temple' in Ayodhya. The construction work of the temple is expected to be completed by the end of this year and its consecration ceremony is scheduled for January 22 next year. The Trust has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi for its inauguration. Opposition parties are also protesting regarding this, who say that not only PM Modi has the right on the inauguration ceremony of the temple, but everyone has the right.

Ayodhya Ram temple decision

On November 9, 2019, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court unanimously gave its verdict on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case. The court had ordered the Center to form a trust to build the Ram Mandir temple in Ayodhya and allot five acres of land to the Muslim side at an alternative location to build the mosque. In December 1992, the 16th century Mughal-era Babri Masjid, which is considered by a large section to be the birthplace of Lord Ram, was demolished.

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