Days after claiming that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not a ‘real’ Hindu, senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Wednesday targeted the Bharatiya Janata
Party (BJP) over the issue of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.Reacting to the controversy over his statement in Supreme Court that the verdict in the Babri-Ram
Janmabhoomi case be deferred till after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Sibal said that the temple in Ayodhya “will be built only when lord Rama wants, and not when PM Modi wants it”.
'As far as Ram Mandir is concerned (Modiji), it will be built when Lord Ram wants it to be built,' said Sibal.'We believe in the Lord, we don't believe in you
(Modiji). You are not going to build that temple..If you think that you are, then you are mistaken!
'It's when God wants it. When Lord Ram wants it the temple will be built wherever, whenever. And that the court will decide,' Sibal added.