Inaugurating BJP's three day national executive meet at Lucknow on Friday, Jun 3, Nitin Gadkari said that the party is committed to build a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya. He called for support from all castes and political affialiations to build the Ram temple.
Gadkari also attacked the UPA government for its corruption and scams. He said that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi cannot absolve themselves from the issue of corruption.
Gadkari urged BJP supporters to work hard as the party faced unsatisfactory results in recent assembly elections in five states.
"BJP's performance in recent assembly elections in five states had been far from satisfactory. We are disappointed and are analyzing the results. The party needs to work much harder for better results in future," Gadkari said.
BJP leader also said that the party will oppose the proposed communal violence (prevention, control and rehabilitation of victims) bill. He stated the bill as a "an attempt by the Congress party to divide and rule." He added that the bill will "put the majority community permanently in the dock while the minority community, even if guilty, would go scot-free."