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Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya should not be seen as a victory or loss of anyone, Prime Minister Modi | India News

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Saturday that the Supreme Court's verdict on the Ayodhya land dispute should not be perceived as a victory or a loss for anyone, and called on peasants to keep the peace and harmony.
In a unanimous verdict, the Supreme Court paved the way for the construction of a Ram Temple on the disputed site of Ayodhya and ordered the Center to allocate a 5 acre lot to the council of Sunni Waqf administration for the construction of a mosque.
In a series of tweets in Hindi and English, Modi also said that the ruling clearly shows that everyone is equal before the law.
"Whether it is Ram Bhakti or Rahim Bhakti (devotion to Ram or Rahim), it is imperative to reinforce the spirit of rashtra bhakti (devotion to the country)," he said. he said, adding that "the verdict should not be considered a victory or loss for anyone."
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Noting that the Temple of Justice (the Supreme Court) has amicably settled an ongoing case for decades, he said that the SC verdict would further strengthen citizens' trust in the judicial system.
"The calm and peace maintained by 130 Crimean Indians in the wake of today's verdict bear witness to India's inherent commitment to peaceful coexistence. even unity and solidarity guide the development trajectory of our nation.That every Indian be strengthened, "he said. I said.

Every part, every point of view has had enough time and opportunity to express different points of view, he said.
"The judgment is remarkable because it stresses that any dispute can be settled amicably in a spirit of due process." It (the verdict) reaffirms the independence, transparency and foresight of our judicial system. peace and harmony prevail, "he tweeted.
Modi Friday also appealed to the population to prioritize strengthening the Indian tradition of peacekeeping and harmony after the verdict on Saturday.
"The Supreme Court's verdict on Ayodhya would not be a matter of victory or loss." My appeal to compatriots is that it should be our priority that this verdict strengthens the great Indian tradition of peace, peace and security. unity and friendship, "he had tweeted.

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