RSS states that consensus on Ayodhya dispute won't be easy, but temple will be built
Monday,12 Mar 2018
The RSS recently said that building a consensus on the Ayodhya dispute was not going to be easy and insisted that only a Ram temple would be constructed there and further stressed that the matter was subjudice.
RSS general secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi asserted, “It is certain that the Ram Temple will be constructed at that place (Ayodhya) and nothing else can be built there.”
Joshi said the construction of temple would begin after the court's order and it would be built on the basis of its verdict on the ownership of land.
Joshi further expressed that consensus building was not going to be easy as he said, “We have always maintained that the temple should be constructed with mutual agreement but our experience tells us that building a consensus on this issue is not easy.”.
The next hearing in the Ayodhya dispute, to determine ownership of the 2.77-acre Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi disputed land will be held at the Supreme Court on March 14 and a three-judge bench comprising of Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and Justices Ashok Bhushan and SA Najeeb is hearing the case.