NEW DELHI: In a recent update concerning the grand inauguration of the Ram Temple scheduled for January 22 in Ayodhya, it has come to light that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has not yet received a formal invitation to the event. According to sources within the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), there has been no official communication extending an invitation to the party's supremo.
While the political circles are abuzz with discussions regarding the invitee list, Kejriwal's absence from the officially invited dignitaries has raised questions. The inauguration of the Ram Temple, a ceremony expected to be attended by numerous political figures and devotees, is seen as a significant cultural and political event.
Speculations are rife about whether the delay or possible omission in extending an invitation to the Delhi Chief Minister is indicative of the political dynamics at play. As the head of the government in the national capital, Kejriwal has been a prominent figure in Indian politics, and his participation, or lack thereof, is likely to be noted by observers and the public alike.
Party officials from AAP, while confirming the absence of a formal invitation, have not made any further statements regarding their plans or response to the situation. With the date of the inauguration fast approaching, all eyes are on whether an invitation will be forthcoming and if Arvind Kejriwal will attend the historic inauguration ceremony.
The construction of the Ram Temple, following a landmark Supreme Court judgment in November 2019, has been a focal point of public attention and a matter of significant religious importance in the country. The event on January 22 is expected to be a culmination of years of legal battles and public discourse around the site in Ayodhya believed to be the birthplace of Lord Ram.
Further information on the guest list and the procedures for the inaugural event is awaited as arrangements for what is poised to be a major event in the 2023 calendar are underway.