No politics will be tolerated on Ayodhya issue, says Mahant Nritya Gopal Das
The Ayodhya case is being heard by the Supreme Court these days with unseen speed. A bench of five judges is hearing the case every day to provide a quick resolution of this long-pending issue.
However, the politics over this issue is not showing any signs of ending.
Sri Ram Janma Bhumi Nyas Chairman Mahant Nritya Gopal Das has denied any such attempts to further politicise this issue saying that when there is a BJP government in the center and in the state, then what’s stopping them to build the temple now?
“The construction of the Ram temple is a matter of faith and nobody can rob billions of Indians of their faith in Lord Ram. All situations are favourable at this time for the construction of the temple in Ayodhya,” he added.
Mahant Nritya Gopal Das said, “Even the Supreme Court understands the sentiments of the people of India and will make a decision soon, paving the way for temple in Ayodhya.”
Answering a question, he said that the Supreme Court is demanding proof of Lord Ram’s birth, which is unacceptable and the Hindu community strongly opposes this demand.
Responding to Das’s statement, Mufti Mudassar Ali Khan Qadri said, “When the Ayodhya case is pending in the court and a bench of five judges is hearing every single argument carefully, then why are the Hindus building pressure on the judges to give a favourable judgement?”
Mufti Mudassar Ali Khan Qadri said, “The Supreme Court’s decision will be honoured by all parties concerned, but until that decision arrives, all parties should keep away from creating any controversies. As far as belief is concerned, even every Muslim has a belief in the mosque that was demolished by a mob in 1992. Even then, the Muslims are ready to accept the judgement of the Supreme Court if it goes in favour of the Hindus, but the same cannot be said about the Hindus who are unnecessarily raising issues and trying to force the Supreme Court.
Mufti said that the Supreme Court will give a decision on the basis of facts and evidence and faith does not come in the way of judgement.
Hindustani Biradari Vice-Chairman Vishal Sharma said that if the matter had been resolved by mutual dialogue between the Hindu and Muslim communities, it would have been a better solution than a forced legal solution that will come after the Supreme Court decision. He said that the entire world knows about the excellent record of India in terms of communal harmony and if this matter is still resolved by mutual understanding, it will send a positive message to the entire world.
Former Secretary of Agra Bar Council and senior advocate Amir Ahmed said that the case in the Supreme Court is over the ownership rights of the land on which the Babri Mosque was standing. The ownership documents that were in possession of the Muslims have been presented before the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court will take a decision on the legal grounds only. As far as the faith of Hindus is concerned, everyone in this country has faith in some or the other deity, but it does not affect the due legal process.