Lord Ram is in my heart; I don’t need to brag: Kapil Sibal on witnessing the Ayodhya consecration event

The former head of the Congress claimed that the entire controversy surrounding the construction of the Ram Mandir is a “show-off” since the actions and attitudes of the ruling party now resemble Ram.

When asked if he planned to attend the January 22 Ram Lalla consecration event in Ayodhya, Rajya Sabha MP Kapil Sibal responded, saying that Lord Ram is in his heart and he does not need to put on a show. This was published by news agency ANI.

“My heart belongs to Ram. I have nothing to prove. I don’t give a damn about any of these things, therefore what I say to you comes straight from my heart. Speaking to ANI on Monday, Kapil Sibal remarked, “If Ram is in my heart and has guided me throughout my journey, it means that I have done something right.”

The former leader of the Congress party claimed that the entire controversy surrounding the construction of the Ram Mandir is a “show-off” since the current leadership of the party looks and acts like Ram.

“This whole thing is a publicity stunt. Although the BJP talks about Ram, neither their actions nor their personalities even remotely resemble Ram’s. Ram possesses many qualities, such as sacrifice, kindness, truthfulness, and tolerance, but they have the exact opposite effect. According to ANI, Sibal stated, “They claim they are building Ram Mandir and are glorifying Ram.”

According to ANI, the seasoned politician stated that in order to realise the constitutional objectives, one must uphold Lord Ram’s values in their heart.


“Ram is not what you think he is. You must uphold Ram’s ideals in your heart and use them to accomplish the objectives of the constitution, according to Kapil Sibal.

Speaking about the recently enacted criminal bills in Parliament, Sibal claimed that they lack any “Indian-ness” and are stricter than the “colonial” ones, according to ANI.

“First off, I believe that our constitutional institutions should not have approved these measures in the manner that they did. You have suspended 46 members of the Rajya Sabha and 100 members of the Lok Sabha. Additionally, we asked the committee to contact eminent lawyers when discussing this bill, but they sided with their leaders instead. Then they took it to Parliament, where it was approved without a discussion, according to Sibal.

These measures, he claimed, are 90% merely translated versions of the current laws, which are stricter than the “colonial” ones. He further on, “I don’t see any ‘Indian-ness’ in them,” as ANI stated.

The three criminal legislation that would replace the IPC, CrPC, and Evidence Act were passed by the Rajya Sabha on December 21. They are the Bharatiya Nyaya (Second) Sanhita, 2023; the Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha (Second) Sanhita, 2023; and the Bharatiya Sakshya (Second) Bill, 2023. Previously, the Lok Sabha had approved the bills.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *