Ordinance on Ram Temple only after legal proceddings gets over: PM Modi

New Delhi | In a set back to the demand of an urgent ordinance in the parliament over the Construction of Ram Temple, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that ordinance on Ram Temple can be considered only after legal process gets over.

In an interview to News Agency ANI, PM Modi said, “Let the judicial process be over. After the judicial process is over whatever will be our responsibility as the government we are ready to make all efforts”.”We have said in our BJP manifesto that a solution would be found to this issue under the ambit of the Constitution,” he added.

Attacking the Congress Party on the issue, PM Modi alleged that the judicial process on the Ram Temple issue is slowed down because Congress’ lawyers are creating obstacles in the Supreme Court. He said,” Nobody can deny that those sitting in the government in the last 70 years have tried their best to stall a solution to the Ayodhya issue”.” I beseech the Congress for the sake of national peace and amenity they should stop its lawyers from stalling the Ayodhya issue in the court,” he added.

When asked whether the government can bring an ordinance on Ram Temple construction similar to the one regarding the ban on Triple Talaq, PM Modi said, “The Ordinance on Triple Talaq was brought only after Supreme Court’s verdict, in light of the Supreme Court verdict.”

The Supreme Court on 29 October adjourned the hearing of the decade-old Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute till January 2019. The top court bench including Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice SK Kaul and Justice M Joseph has postponed the matter till January 2019 to fix the date of hearing in the Ayodhya title suit. The bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said, “It will come up in the first week of January not for hearing but for deciding the date of the hearing. The hearing may be in January, February, March, whenever….also the bench by which it shall be heard will be constituted.


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