The Muslim community in the country should pressurise the government to allot the land to Amarnath shrine, otherwise it would be a problem for them, said Uma Bharti, chief of Bharatiya Janashakti Party in Ahmednagar. She had come to visit Shridi Shrine.
The Central government gives all facilities to Haj pilgrims and it is regrettable that Hindus don't get land in the country for worshipping.
It (Muslims bringing pressure on J&K govt to allot the land to Amarnath shrine) will create harmonious atmosphere among communities and foil the attempts to create enmity among them.
Expressing determination not to rejoin BJP, she said her party will contest Lok Sabha elections in five states and the decision for alliance with any party, if called for, will be taken later, she added.