RSS General Secretary, Suresh Bhaiyyaji Joshi formally launched the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Temple Construction Fund Collection and Sampark Program in Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory under its nationwide campaign. RSS’s Sarkaryavah started the campaign from Valmiki Mohalla of Gandhi Nagar locality of Jammu city and urged for participation of people for the construction of the Sri Ram temple with their contribution and active participation.
Apart from Valmiki Mohalla, Bhaiyaji Joshi also met Mahant Shri Manjit Singh of Shri Sant Mela Singh Technical Ashram at Digiana and accepted contribution for this campaign for the construction of temple. In Jammu and Kashmir province, this campaign will continue from Makar Sankranti on January 14 to Mag Purnima, February 27, 2021.
Speaking on the occasion Bhaiya Ji Joshi said that it is not just a fund collection event, but a program to connect people and the society. He said that the cooperation and devotion of the society have ensured beginning of the construction of this grand temple of Sri Ram at Ayodhya which was the aspiration of millions of Hindus around Globe.
He said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir have also made a remarkable contribution in every Karseva of Sri Ram Janmabhoomi with their physical, spiritual and monetary support and that the people of Jammu and Kashmir have played a leading role in every Karseva. He said with the blessings of Shri Ram, the construction work of the grand temple in Ayodhya has started and millions of people have sacrificed themselves for the construction of this temple and hoped that this campaign would give impetus to the temple construction campaign.
Suresh Bhaiyyaji Joshi also appreciated and reminded the contribution and struggle of Sikh community in construction of this temple in Ayodhya from very beginning.
He reminded that that an FIR report on 30 November 1858 in Ayodhya reads, “Nihang Sikhs entered the disputed structure with flags and performed a havan there. The Nihang Sikhs not only performed havan and puja there but also raised Sri Ram Slogans there in the complex and there were more than 25 Sikhs who also wrote ‘Ram-Ram’ with charcoal on its walls.
On this occasion, Brigadier Suchet Singh, Patron, Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Temple Construction Fund Collection and Sampark Program, head of campaign in J&K, Abhishek Gupta, Mahanagar convenor Shakti Dutt and president of Santan Dharam Sabha Dadhichi were also present.