As per the younger daughter-in-law of Mulayam Singh Yadav, Aparna Yadav, a Ram temple must be constructed in the city of Ayodhya. Ayodhya, which is supposed to be Lord Rama’s place of birth of and location of the epic Ramayana.
Chhoti bahu’s demands for a Ram temple
Aparna Yadav, the daughter-in-law of Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav, has voiced her demands for a Ram temple at the location of the demolished Babri mosque in the city of Ayodhya, after the Supreme Court forwarded the case to the month of January. But she cleared up that she trusts in the court system.
On Wednesday, Mrs. Aparna told media people in Uttar Pradesh’s Barabanki that her belief is that a Ram temple should be constructed in the city of Ayodhya. At the same time, she added that she had complete faith in the court of law. She said if SC has stated that it will pick up the case in the month of January then it is advantageous that people must wait for the decision.
Aparna’s relation with Akhilesh Yadav
Aparna Yadav, who has been nicknamed as “chhoti bahu” within the party, has regularly expressed opinions, which are unmatchable with the family line. The companion of Mulayam Singh’s younger son Prateek doesn’t have positive attitude towards brother-in-law Akhilesh Yadav. The gap between the two political heads was evident when she visited Yogi Adityanath more than once when the BJP beaten up the Samajwadi Party in UP polls during the year 2017.
Aparna’s response to media queries
When questioned by media people that if she supported the BJP over the Ram temple matter, Aparna Yadav responded that she is not backing up BJP, but she is with Ram. On October 29, the Supreme Court postponed the hearing on the temple-mosque argument to the month of January, not far from the 2019 national election due in months.
Multiple appeals have defied a 2010 HC directive, which had divided between the Sunni Waqf Board, Nirmohi Akhara Dal and Ram Lalla (infant Lord Ram) the land where the 16th era Babri mosque stood before being dismantled by Hindu activists who thought it was constructed on an primeval temple marking the hometown of Lord Ram.