STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Various social and political organisations welcomed verdict of the Supreme Court, clearing the way for construction of Ram Temple at the disputed site at Ayodhya and directing the Centre to allot 5-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque.
Citizen’s Forum welcomed the verdict of Supreme Court on Ayodhya case. In a statement issued here, R K Chadha, President of the Forum requested the Centre Government to strictly ban ongoing debates on various television channels besides initiating measures for maintaining peace and communal harmony in the country. “Almost majority of the population is satisfied with the SC verdict. This verdict was required at present hour, but proper check must be kept on some leaders so that situation does not aggravate,” he added.
Sham Lal Gupta Chairman NGO Third Eye Anti Crime Team welcomed the verdict of Supreme Court on Ayodhya case. Gupta said that the decision of SC has strengthened bonds of harmony and brotherhood between Hindus and Muslims. He appealed to people of Jammu Kashmir for maintaining peace at all costs.
Kashmiri Pandit Sabha, Jammu, hailed the historic decision of Supreme Court in resolving centuries-old Ayodhya dispute by clearing the decks for construction of Ram Temple. “The unanimous verdict after a long and protracted litigation will help in creating a conducive environment and every citizen of the nation should welcome it,” K K Khosa, President KP Sabha Jammu said in a statement issued here. The Sabha appealed to political leadership across parties to extend their full support in every possible manner for ensuring speedy construction of the temple.
National Democratic Party Indian (NDPI) said that it respects Supreme Court verdict in Ayodhya case and favours construction of Ram Temple. J&K NDPI Chief, Rajesh Gupta welcomed the balanced decision of Supreme Court which will strengthen the bonds of harmony among people of the country. Gupta urged all concerned parties and communities to ‘abide by secular values and spirit of fraternity enshrined in the Constitution besides maintaining peace and harmony’.
Shri Ram Sena (SRS) J&K hailed historic judgement given by Supreme Court on Ayodhya case. In a welcome statement, Shri Ram Sena J&K UT President Rajiv Mahajan also hailed offering Sunni Waqf Board an alternate five-acre land at some other suitable place for construction of a mosque. Mahajan requested everyone to maintain law & order and not to forward any insensitive message on social media. He urged all political parties not to politicise Ayodhya verdict and should ask all their supporters to maintain peace and communal harmony.
Social activist Parvez Waffa, while welcoming the decision of Supreme Court on Ayodhya case, said that the Supreme Court’s decision in Ayodhya case cannot be a matter of credit or discredit to any individual, group of people, community or political party. He said that the Supreme Court has respected faith and belief of people. “The judiciary is supreme and everyone should respect the decision. It is the time to present a united face before the world because entire world is looking at India today,” Waffa said. Waffa asserted that respecting and honouring the laws of land is the basic Islamic teaching. “We now need to concentrate on the development of self and the nation,” he said, adding that Muslims had always maintained that we would accept the decision of the court. Waffa also appealed to the Government of India to construct an educational institution on 5-acre land, which is to be allotted to Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque. He said constructing an educational institution is more important than building a mosque, as it will play a vital role for development of youth of Muslim community.
Social activist Tarun Uppal lauded the Supreme Court for delivering a historic judgement on Ayodhya case and said people should follow the legacy of Bhagwan Ram by spreading the message of love. “The Apex Court, through this verdict, has increased the prestige of the country’s judicial system across the globe. We, the countrymen, should follow the legacy of Bhagwan Ram by spreading message of mutual love besides creating an environment to enhance the honour of the country,” he added. He further asserted that everyone should respect the law and no celebrations should be held for hurting sentiments of anyone. He appealed for peace and harmony in the wake of the Supreme Court verdict and also underlined the need to strengthen brotherhood among various communities.
Hindustan Shiv Sena (HSS), J&K unit also welcomed the verdict of Supreme Court in Ayodhya case. Vikrant Kapoor, President HSS, J&K, said “It is the responsibility of each one of us to reaffirm our tradition of mutual respect and unity among all that has defined our society through the ages,” Kapoor added.
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