Amidst growing voices for the construction of the Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray has said that he was saddened by the fact the \u201cmandir hasn't been built yet\u201d. In his annual Dussehra address to the party workers at Shivaji Park in Mumbai, Thackeray also hit out at the BJP and sought to know whether the Ram Mandir issue is just a 'jumla'. \u201cThe BJP should clarify to the public whether the Ram Mandir promise is a jumla. If it is one, then the Shiv Sena will look into it,\u201d Thackeray said, adding that he will visit Ayodhya on November 25. \u201cWe warn everyone who thinks that Hindutva has died. We are still alive. We are saddened that Ram Mandir has not been constructed yet,\u201d Thackeray added. The Sena chief also reminded the BJP about its promise of building a Ram temple if it comes to power. \u201cIf you can\u2019t build Ram Mandir, then I don\u2019t think this can be called the NDA government. There must be some problem in the government's DNA in that case,\u201d he said. \u201cEven after that you can\u2019t remember about Ram Mandir, then we will bring all Hindus together and build Ram Mandir\u201d Earlier this month, Thackeray had met Ram Janmabhoomi Trust chief Janmejay Sharanji Maharaj who invited him to visit the city. According to a PTI report, Maharaj had told Thackeray that the Trust needs Sena\u2019s help for the reconstruction of the temple. Thackeray's remark comes in backdrop of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's remark that \u201cthe Ram temple must be constructed at the earliest at Ramjanmbhoomi\u201d. Delivering his Vijayadashami speech on the 93rd foundation day of the RSS in Nagpur, Bhagwat asked the \u201cgovernment to bring legislation and construct Ram temple\u201d. \u201cLord Ram does not belong to any community. He is not about Hindus and Muslims. He is an icon of India. His temple must be constructed, be it any way. The government should bring legislation,\u201d he said.