The organisations see the arrival of stones in Ayodhya as the open contempt and dishonour of the Supreme Court.
A push for construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya is likely to gain support from Guru Poornima next week when saints gather at Naradanand Ashram.
In a similar move in 2015, two truck loads of stones were brought in, but the then Samajwadi Party government banned any further import.
What began under Zia-ul-Haq in Pakistan in 1977 is being repeated in India.
BJP president Amit Shah said the party would ensure the Ram Temple is constructed under constitutional provisions.
His remark came after the Allahabad high court directed the UP government to ensure that no fresh caste certificates are issued to those belonging to 17 Other Backward Classes (OBC) groups.
The BJP MP from West Delhi also said the community keeps its distance from the party because it does not want to be associated with development.
The tourism minister’s scheduled visit to Ayodhya invited stark criticism from the opposition with allegations of a political agenda behind the move.
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