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Mulayam Yadav’s daughter-in-law donates Rs 11 lakh for Ram Temple, terms firing on carsevaks ‘unfortunate’

According to a leading portal, Aparna said that police firing on carsevaks in Ayodhya in 1990 was uncalled for and unfortunate, however she refused to condemn or speak further on excessive police action.

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New Delhi: Aparna Yadav, the daughter in law of Samajwadi Party founder and former Uttar Pradesh CM Mulayam Singh Yadav made a contribution of Rs 11 lakh to the Ram Temple fund on Friday.

While handing over cheque of Rs 11 lakh for the construction of majestic Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Aparna reiterated Lord Ram’s ideals and the need and importance for Indian culture & civilization.

Firing on carsevaks unfortunate, says Aparna

She also spoke on the firing on carsevaks in 1990, when her father in law was Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister. According to a leading portal Newstrack, Aparna said that police firing on carsevaks in Ayodhya was uncalled for and unfortunate, however she refused to condemn or speak further on excessive police action.

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It was after CM Mulayam’s order that police started firing on carsevaks in Ayodhya and led to many casualties.

Lord Ram defines India’s character

Aparna Yadav handed over Rs 11 lakh contribution to the Ram Temple construction trust in presence of media persons.

When asked about her intent and views on Lord Ram, she said that ‘Maryada Purushottam’ represents the true character of India. And, as we move on path of development, we must follow his ideals in entirety.

 

When asked about firing on carsevaks in 1990 and Akhilesh Yadva’s repeated questioning of BJP’s overstretched Ram Temple campaign, she refrained from speaking much.

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