On Tuesday, BJP chief Amit Shah targeted Congress and Rahul for adopting a double standard in the matter of Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute.
Shah said while on one hand Rahul is visiting temple in Gujarat, Congress leader Kapil Sibal wanted to delay the Ram Janmbhoomi case.
Supreme Court on Tuesday fixed the next hearing for the long-standing Ayodhya dispute matter for February 8, 2018.
During the hearing Sibal, who is representing the Sunni Waqf Board in the ongoing hearing of the long-standing Ayodhya dispute, wanted the matter to be heard only in July 2019, after the completion of the next Lok Sabha polls citing political ramifications.
Earlier on November 30, Rahul while addressing some people claimed that his family is devotee of Lord Shiva, but does not believe in using it for political gain.
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