Now BJP MPs reached SC against 29-year-old law, said violation of fundamental right

Bhumi Pujan is to be done on August 5 for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. Meanwhile, BJP MP Subramanian Swamy has once again reached the Supreme Court. Actually the BJP MP has filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the Religious Places Act, 1991. The petition states that some provisions of this law are against the fundamental right.

Subramanian Swamy said that “his petition is to be heard on August 7 in the Supreme Court.” Swamy said that the “Act of 1991 which states that all religious places will remain the same as they were in 1947 and will not be changed.” Ram Janmabhoomi was considered an exception in this law. This law was passed by Parliament and I have the right to challenge its constitutionality. “

Swamy said that “This is good law but it cannot violate my fundamental rights.” My fundamental rights apply when my faith is attacked. If I say that if a mosque is built near the temple where Krishna was born, or where Jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva is, then I am violating my own fundamental right. ”

Swami demanded, “Not only the Ram Janmabhoomi but also Kashi and Mathura should be considered exceptions in this law. Swamy said that the RSS has also said that 40 thousand temples were demolished but we only want that these three temples should be free. ” In a conversation with Times Now, the BJP MP said these things.

Explain that Subramanian Swamy had also written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year to change this law. Actually, it is said about Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Sri Krishna Temple in Mathura that some part of these two temples were broken by Mughal ruler Aurangzeb and built a mosque there. The RSS has been demanding that both these temples should also be freed.

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