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Hindu monks push government to help build temple on disputed site in Ayodhya

Reuters India Thursday, 20 June 2019
Hundreds of Hindu monks gathered under the banner of a group linked to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist party on Thursday urged the government to help build a temple on a disputed religious site in Ayodhya.
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