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Temple will be constructed on the same place without any change: VHP

By HindusthanSamachar | Publish Date: Mar 8 2019 9:03PM
Temple will be constructed on the same place without any change: VHP
New Delhi, Mar.8 (HS): In the backdrop of judgement delivered for mediation of Ram Temple issue VHP is totally adamant on its stand and said that temple would be constructed on the same place decided, earlier. Emphasizing VHP stand, its national spokesperson Binod Bansal said that VHP was not interested in mediation and they had nothing to take and give because Ram Lala is present there (Ram Lala virajman hain vahan.). He further said that VHP was never in favor of mediation. When asked about their protest to mediation process instructed by Supreme Court, Bansal said that he was not protesting the court but he was not expecting any fruitful result out of mediation. It is worthwhile to mention here that the Supreme Court today gave its judgement, ordering a formal mediation in the Ayodhya case, as a road map to solve the 60-year-old Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute. A five-judge bench led by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi said the case was not about property, but about "mind, heart and healing-if possible." While the Supreme Court is in favour of mediation in the case, most parties involved do not approve of mediation. The Supreme Court has formed a three-member panel to meet all the petitioners in the Ayodhya dispute case. The three-member mediation committee will include former Supreme Court judge Justice FM ibrahim Kalifulla, 68, senior advocate Sriram Panchu, 69 and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, 62. Justice Kalifulla would be the chairperson of the committee. The mediators can induct more members in the committee, the Supreme Court said. "Mediation will take place. We don''t see any legal obstruction to it," said Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi while delivering the order. "Mediation proceedings will remain confidential. There would be no reporting in any media," he added. During the last hearing on Wednesday, most of the Hindu petitioners, the Uttar Pradesh government and the consul of "Ram Lalla", the deity infant Lord Ram, had shown reluctance towards mediation. The Sunni Waqf Board, ready to give mediation a shot, is concerned about privacy during negotiations. The Nirmohi Akhara, another petitioner in the case, has also agreed for mediation. The Constitution Bench, which is hearing the case, said mediation may help in "healing relations". Even if there is "one per cent chance" of settling the dispute amicably, the parties should go for mediation, the bench had said. Two years ago, the court had suggested that the two sides explore the possibility of resolving the matter through negotiation. The court even said it was ready to mediate if they agreed. But negotiations did not take off as all sides involved said they wanted the court to take a call. Hindusthan Samachar/Pramod
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