Ram Temple will be build in 2019 says UP minister Siddharth Nath Singh

New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Health Minister Siddharth Nath Singh said that Ram temple will be built before 2019. He said that the circumstances are changing and people’s thinking about the Ram temple is also changing. Singh said that construction work of Shriram temple in Ayodhya will start before 2019 because about 90 percent Muslims of the country have also been prepared in favor of it.

In a conversation with Emit post, Siddharth Nath Singh said that Swami Brahma Yogananda had earlier predicted that Narendra Modi would become the Prime Minister of the country. Their predictions were correct. Now Swami Brahma Yogananda has predicted that Ram temple will be built before 2019.

The minister said, “Now the conditions are changing in our country, first people used to oppose Ram temple, but now people want Ram Mandir.” Singh said that Ram temple construction work will start in Ayodhya before the Ardh Kumbh, Allahabad. Singh went to the Vishwa Hindu Parishad office in Allahabad on Thursday evening to release Swami Brahma Yogananda’s book.

The minister said that Prime Minister Modi has changed the secularism. He has added every class to the national interest. Under the leadership of the Prime Minister, the country is heading towards unbroken India. The minister said at the release ceremony of Swami Yogananda’s book ‘Sampoorna Bharat–Param Vaibhav Bharat’.

Singh said that the government is committed to providing better medical facilities to every person and efforts are being made to provide better facilities to the patients in government hospitals by removing the shortage of doctors.