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“Notable”: Prime Minister Modi Welcomes the Supreme Court Verdict on Ayodhya

“This decision of the Supreme Court is important for several reasons: It shows how important is to follow the legal process in resolving a dispute,” PM Modi said.

 

NEW DELHI| On Saturday as the Supreme Court concluded the long-awaited Ayodhya RamJanma Bhoomi suit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed the verdict and said the decision was taken ‘amicably’ will ‘further strengthen’ confidence in the judicial system.

“This decision of the Supreme Court is important for several reasons: It shows how important is to follow the legal process in resolving a dispute. Each side was given enough time and opportunity to present its arguments. The temple of justice resolved the decades-old case amicably,” Modi said.

Modi also urges the Nation to maintain peace and harmony. The verdict should not see as a victory or defeat of anyone and appealed to people to maintain peace, harmony and unity, through his twitter account.

Home Minister Amit Shah also welcomed the verdict of Supreme Court. He tweeted saying, “I welcome the verdict and appeal to all community people to maintain peace and harmony. ‘One India-Supreme India’ the oath should be maintained”.

He also Congralute the Supreme Court Judges for giving the unanimous decision.

This Saturday, a five-judge constitutional bench of the Supreme Court delivered its verdict in the 70-year-old dispute. The judgement in the case of dispute over a 22.7-acre land parcel comes after a marathon, sometimes acrimonious, 40-day hearing which concluded on 16 October.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from the start has maintained that a temple should be constructed on at the disputed site. On Friday, Modi in a series of tweets appealed for peace ahead of the verdict and said that it won’t be anybody’s win or loss.

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“This decision will further strengthen the confidence of the common man in judicial processes. In accordance with the spirit of brotherhood of thousands of years of our country, we have to introduce peace and restraint to 130 crore Indians. To introduce the underlying spirit of peaceful co-existence of India,” he added.

 

In a unanimous decision of a five-judge constitutional bench of Supreme court, the court directed that the disputed land is to be handed over to a Central Government trust to construct a temple on the disputed property and the Muslim party to be given a 5 acre land in Ayodhya for the construction of a temple.

 

 

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