Uddhav Thackeray, head of Shiv Sena, will visit the city on November 24 and 25, to lobby for Ram Temple at the controversial Ayodhya site, a statement released by Shiv Sena said Tuesday.
In accordance with Mr. Thackeray's program, he will reach Faizabad airport at 2 pm on November 24 and head straight for Shri Vidhwant Sant Pujan. He will interpret Sarayu Aarati (offering prayers to River Sarayu) the same evening.
The next day, Mr. Thackeray will visit the disputed site to offer prayers to Lord Ram, followed by a press conference and a public meeting in Ayodhya.
The Sena leader targeted the ruling Bharatiya Janata (BJP) ruling party, and especially Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for not being able to build the Ram Temple, while he was not able to build Ram's temple. he promised it during the campaign for the 2014 general election.
Thackeray, at his party's annual rally in Dussehra last month, said he would travel to Ayodhya to revive a temple building movement.