Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah inaugurates Ram Temple in Bengaluru's Mahadevapura

Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah inaugurates Ram Temple in Bengaluru.

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah opened a Ram Temple in Bengaluru's Mahadevapura region on the same day as the Ram Lalla Idol was consecrated (Pran Pratistha) at Ayodhya. In addition to the Ram temple, the chief minister presented a 33-foot-long Hanuman idol.

Siddaramaiah stated, "The Sitarama Lakshmana Temple built by the Hirandahalli Srirama Temple Trust will be an important temple in Bengaluru." The 33-foot-high monolithic Anjaneya Swamy statue was also unveiled, and I later took part in the Maha Kumbhabhishekam ceremony."

The CM further stated that he is not interested in any politics related to God and religion. He stated, "Lord Ram belongs to everyone, and it is unfortunate that one party is taking credit for Hinduism in this country. I have never introduced religion into politics in my life, and I currently work for a secular party."

On Monday, Siddaramaiah confirmed that the government will not announce a vacation today. "I am also inaugurating a temple and I think there is no need to any holiday," he went on to say. The BJP attacked the state government for failing to declare a holiday, labeling the Siddaramaiah-led government as 'anti-Hindu'.

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