Urge Muslims To Chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ During Ram Temple Event: RSS

Mumbai: RSS leader Indresh Kumar has appealed to Muslims to chant ‘Shri Ram’, ‘Jai Ram’ or ‘Jai Jai Ram’ at mosques, dargahs, and madrassas on the occasion of the Ram Temple event in Ayodhya on January 22.

“Pray for peace, harmony, and brotherhood in India and across the world,” he said and urged non-Hindus to consider lighting ‘diyas’ in the evening.

Speaking at a gathering here, he stated that “roughly 99 percent” of India’s Muslims and other non-Hindu citizens are citizens of the nation. “They will stay that way because our predecessors are the same. Not the nation, but their religion has changed.”

The head of the RSS made an appeal to followers of Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, or any other religion to participate in the Ayodhya consecration ritual by praying for “peace, harmony, and brotherhood” at their respective sites of worship.

“Ram Mandir, Rashtra Mandir – A Common Heritage” book launch was the occasion he was speaking at.

The principal benefactor of the Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM), affiliated with the RSS, Kumar declared, “We share faces, ancestors, and a dream identity.” We have nothing to do with foreigners; we are all citizens of this nation.”

The cry ‘Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram’ should be repeated eleven times at dargahs, maktabs, madrassas, and masjids, as the MRM has urged. I am repeating this today. “The rest of you adhere to your own form of worship,” he continued.

“On January 22, between 1 and 2 p.m., I implore gurdwaras, churches, and all other places of worship to spectacularly decorate their Ibadat Gah and prayer halls, and to witness this event—the consecration ceremony at Ram Temple—on television.

“Support peace, concord, and fraternity in India and worldwide,” he declared, requesting non-Hindus to ponder lighting “chirag” (diyas) at night as well.

The head of the RSS also poked fun at Farooq Abdullah, the leader of the National Conference, for allegedly saying that Lord Ram belongs to everyone on the planet, not just Hindus.

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