Key the leaders who led the Ram Janmabhoomi agitationMurli Manohar Joshi and Uma Bharti welcomed the Supreme Court's verdict in the land dispute case in Ayodhya, while recalling the contributions of VHP defender Ashok Singhal and veteran LK Advani , leader of the BJP.
Murli Manohar Joshi described the Supreme Court's judgment as "historic". The trust that would be responsible for building Ram's temple should be mindful of the need to keep people together.
"I welcome the verdict. But the trust that will ensure the construction of Ram's temple will have to be careful to maintain the unified unity of the people, "said Joshi, quoted by PTI. Ayodhya verdict LIVE UPDATES
The former leader of the BJP said that the verdict that the 2.77 hectares of land in dispute in Ayodhya would be surrendered to a trust for the construction of a Ram Mandir, should be accepted with "an open mind By all communities.
Uma Bharti, a senior BJP official who played a key role in the unrest, said that Advani's devotion to the temple cause was at the root of the BJP's success and that it would return to power for another term.
"A tribute to all those who sacrificed their lives for this work and a tribute to Advani ji, under whose leadership we are all doing our best for this great job," said Bharti, quoted by PTI.
Advani, Uma Bharti and Joshi are still on trial in the case of the demolition of the Babri mosque in 1992.
After raising the curtain on the Jan Janabhoomi-Babri Masjid case, a decades-old affair, the Supreme Court ruled today that the disputed land of 2.75 hectares in Ayodhya would be handed over to a trust for the first time. construction of a Ram temple.
Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who unanimously read the verdict, also ordered the Center and the government of Uttar Pradesh to allocate a 5-acre plot of land to the Sunni Waqf Board of Trustees in a "venue". privileged "for the construction of a mosque.
"We have already concluded that tripartification by the High Court is legally unsustainable. Even with respect to the maintenance of public peace and tranquility, the solution proposed to the High Court is not feasible, "the court said in its 1,045-page verdict.
verdict of ayodhya verdict (t) temple of ram (t) murli manohar joshi (t) uma bharti (t) verdict of temple trust of ram (t) on ayodhya (t) indian express (t) news of l & India (t) latest news