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BJP leaders collect funds for Ram Temple in day, drink alcohol at night: Kantilal Bhuria

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BJP leaders collect funds for Ram Temple in day, drink alcohol at night: Kantilal Bhuria

BJP leaders collect funds for Ram Temple in day, drink alcohol at night: Kantilal Bhuria

Speaking to media in Madhya Pradesh's Jhabua town, Congress MLA Kantilal Bhuria spoke about donation money of Ram Temple construction.

Bhuria said, "Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders collected thousands of crores over the years in the name of Ram Temple construction.

Where did that fund go?." "They collect donations in day and drink alcohol using the same money at night," he added.


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