Ayodhya judgment ends: 87-yrs old Urmila to break 27 years of her fast

Urmila Chaturvedi, who lives in Vijay Nagar area of ​​Jabalpur, says that many riots broke out in the country because of this disputed structure, Hindu-Muslim brothers shed each other’s blood and it is very sad to see all of this.

Written by November 11, 2019 14:05

New Delhi: The most awaited Ayodhya verdict was announced by the Supreme Court on November 9 (Saturday), with this Urmila’s wish to see judgment in the favor of Lord Ram has also been fulfilled.

87-year old Urmila from Jabalpur was on fast for the last 27 years and will soon break it in Ayodhya as the judgement was announced in the favour of Ram Janmanbhoomi.

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Post Ayodhya verdict, Urmila said that she is fasting for the last 27 years just to see the construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya and finally her prayers have been answered.

राम मंदिर के लिए ऐसा संकल्प करना आसान नहीं, बुजुर्ग महिला की आस्था से हर कोई है प्रभावित

राम मंदिर के लिए ऐसा संकल्प करना आसान नहीं, बुजुर्ग महिला की आस्था से हर कोई है प्रभावित

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Urmila Chaturvedi, who lives in the Vijay Nagar area of ​​Jabalpur and has not eaten since 1992.

She says that many riots broke out in the country because of this disputed structure, Hindu-Muslim brothers shed each other’s blood and it is very sad to see all of this.

On that day Urmila decided day she will not eat food until unless Ram Mandir will be built in Ayodhya with brotherhood in the country. When the Supreme Court announced the verdict in the favour of Ram Mandir, Urmila was very happy and she said that it is very difficult to express her feelings as she was waiting for this day since 27 years.