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Union minister Dr Harsh Vardhan says 'Lord Ram neither of Hindus nor of Muslims, he is soul of India'

On the occasion, Maulana Kalbe Sadiq said if the verdict in Ayodhya dispute goes in favour of Hindus then Muslim community should peacefully accept it.


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 'Lord Ram neither of Hindus nor of Muslims, he is soul of India'

'Lord Ram neither of Hindus nor of Muslims, he is soul of India'

New Delhi :  

Union minister Dr Harsh Vardhan on Sunday asserted that "Lord Ram is neither of Hindus nor of Muslims, he is soul of India." 

"Maulana Kalbe Sadiq has won our hearts. Lord Ram is neither of Hindus nor of Muslims. He is soul of India," he said. 

While addressing an interfaith dialogue conclave on peace and harmony organised by Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti, the minister lauded Shia cleric Kalbe Sadiq as the latter urged Muslim community to hand over the land to Hindus if the verdict goes in favour of Muslims. 

On the occasion, Maulana Kalbe Sadiq said if the verdict in Ayodhya dispute goes in favour of Hindus then Muslim community should peacefully accept it. 

"If Babri Masjid verdict is not in favour of Muslims, then they should peacefully accept it,” Sadiq said while addressing the gathering. 

While speaking on the occasion, Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev took on China, saying that the neighbour does not believe in peace. Had they done that Dalai Lama wouldn't have been in India, he said.

Ramdev said that India should follow tit-for-tat. He said India talks in the language of yoga but the one who doesn't get it must be answered in the language of war. 

Spiritual guru Dalai Lama also shared his views on the occasion. He said fear creates irritation, irritation creates anger and anger creates violence. 

The spiritual guru shared a light moment with Baba Ramdev. 

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First Published: Sunday, August 13, 2017 12:12 PM


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