Ayodhya Verdict: Nitin Gadkari Appeals To People To Respect SC Ruling

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Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday has said that everybody should accept the Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya land dispute case with peace and patience

Written By Misha Bhatt | Mumbai | Updated On:
Ayodhya verdict

Post the delivery of the verdict on the Ayodhya land dispute case, Union Minister Nitin Gadkar on Saturday stated that everyone should accept the verdict delivered by the top court. He stated, "Everyone must respect the Supreme Court verdict and accept it with peace and patience"

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and various other Bhartiya Janata Party leaders also welcomed the top court's decision on the Ayodhya land dispute case. Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to Twitter and called the Supreme Court's decision to be noteworthy.


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Supreme Court Verdict

Pronouncing the landmark judgment in the Ayodhya dispute case, the Supreme Court on Saturday, delivered a unanimous judgment in the title suit of the disputed area awarding it to the Hindu parties for the construction of a temple. It also directed the Centre to come up with a scheme within three months to set up a trust which will hand over the outer courtyard and inner courtyard of the site for construction of a temple.

"Central government shall form in three to four months a scheme for setting up of a trust. They shall make necessary arrangements for the management of trust and construction of the temple," Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said while reading out the verdict. In its order, the Supreme Court also asked the Central or State government to provide an alternate land of 5 acres to the Muslims for the construction of a mosque.

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