Dear Editor, The Ayodhya verdict was amongst one of the most anticipated, and sought-after for contested matters adjudged by the Supreme Court. The verdict has reposed the faith of millions in the decisiveness and conclusiveness of the entire adjudicatory process, with the apex court being the supreme arbiter and guardian of the responsive and informed citizenry. The verdict will be hailed and remembered as laying down a benchmark of justness, righteousness and rectitude, thereby espousing the inalienable principles enshrined in the Constitution. But to say that it was akin to a party losing or winning in the court will not be in the fitness of things. India stands united, and will continue to envelop the spirit of brotherhood, togetherness and companionship among people of all classes, caste, creed or religion. Sameer Bhatia, Jalandhar.
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