PM and CJI said – now the country is not ready to dispute any place of worship:
While there was consensus within the court in the Ayodhya verdict, the thinking of the government, judiciary and RSS also appeared on the same line. In different words, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat made it clear that it is time to leave the controversies behind.
Apparently this sign seems to directly connect with Mathura and Kashi. It can be assumed that there is little scope for dispute over communal shrines in the future.
Religious change is not allowed
While reading the verdict on Saturday, Justice Gogoi also referred to the Place of Worship Act of 1991 and stated that this law of Parliament makes it clear that no religious change is allowed in the position of any place of worship on 15 August 1947. is.
Not only this, the legal cases related to it will also be considered over. Only the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid was exempted from this. That is, on their behalf, the court has been warned that the court is not ready to hear any such issue now.
Sangh does not agitate, joining Ram temple movement was an exception
Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat made it clear in his statement that ‘Sangh does not agitate, joining Ram temple movement was an exception.’ It is clear that the Sangh is not thinking of any other movement.
PM Modi- Now everyone has to get involved in building a new India
In his address to the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the message very closely that now there is no place for bitterness in the country. Not only this, he also said that now everyone has to get involved in building a new India.
Referring to the Supreme Court verdict and the Kartarpur corridor, he said, “Today’s message is to add, to join and to live together, it is time to give relief to all bitterness.” Fear, bitterness, negativity will have no place in the new India. ‘
The country’s Muslims have adopted the verdict
The indication is clear that after dealing with the biggest religious dispute along with the Ram temple, no one wants to look back now. The Muslim section of the entire country has also adopted the decision to build Ram temple.
Hardly support BJP or Sangh saints on issues like Mathura and Kashi
Though issues like Mathura and Kashi can be raised by the Sadhu Sant Samaj, but there is no scope for it to get open support from BJP or Sangh. The BJP’s political manifesto includes the Ram temple since 1991, but never mentions Mathura and Kashi. The VHP in the Sangh Parivar is also silent on this issue. He wants to focus his attention on the construction of the Ram temple.