Ram Rajya Rath Yatra reaches Rameswaram


Madurai: The Ram Rajya rath Yatra, which passed through Madurai reached its final destination, Rameswaram on March 21 evening. It was given a grand welcome by cadre of the BJP and several Hindu outfits.
National secretary of the BJP, H Raja, who witnessed the rathโ€™s departure from Madurai on Wednesday said it had received good response from the people and the results are visible from the large crowds who stood on the roadsides and also took photographs in front of it. Stating that even Mahatma Gandhi had advocated Ram Rajya and that is what people wanted, Raja said that by opposing the yatra, opposition parties have only brought it more publicity.
Raja also said that DMK leader M K Stalin and his allies who has opposed this yatra will only lose the votes of the Hindus, who want Ram Rajya to be established in the country. He lauded the AIADMK-led Tamil Nadu government for making special arrangements and police support to ensure that the rath passed peacefully through the state.
In Rameswaram, many pilgrims stood in queues and offered worship. The rath was later taken around the car streets of the Sri Ramanathaswamy temple and was stopped near the Hanuman temple. It will leave for Dhanushkodi on March 22 morning, on its return journey.

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