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The Supreme Court came under a direct attack from RSS leader Indresh Kumar who on Tuesday, November 27 slammed its “three-judge bench… known to the public” for “delaying” a decision on the Ayodhya title suit.

Indresh also said that the Modi government was ready with a law on Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi dispute to facilitate the construction of Ram temple at Ayodhya but has been silent only because of the model code of conduct in force for the assembly elections in five states.

The Supreme Court’s three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has deferred to the first week of January a decision to fix a schedule for hearing the case. The order has triggered a increasingly louder chorus of demands from within the BJP and various Sangh Parivar outfits for promulgating an ordinance, or enacting a law in the winter session of parliament, to build the Ram temple before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls without waiting for the verdict.

Speaking at a seminar titled ‘Janmabhoomi mein anyay kyun’, organised by the Joshi Foundation on the campus of the Panjab University, Indresh said, “I haven’t taken names because 125 crore Indians know their names… the three-judge bench… they delayed, they denied, they disrespected”. He then went on to say “will the country be so handicapped” that it lets “two-three” judges “throttle its beliefs, democracy, Constitution and fundamental rights”.

“Will you and I watch helplessly? Why, and for what? Jo aatankwad ko ardh raatri mein sun sakte hain, woh shanti ko apmaan aur uphas kar de (Should those who hear cases against terror at midnight insult and ridicule peace)… Even the English did not have the courage to perpetrate such atrocities on the judicial process.”

Slamming the CJI Ranjan Gogoi-led bench for its decision to defer the hearing till January, he said, “Is it not so serious? We saw the black day of the Indian judicial system when justice was delayed and denied by disrespecting the beliefs of people. Supreme Court did not do it. Judges did not do it. Judicial system did not do it. Justice did not do it, but a few persons.”

“The country will not burn (if Ram temple is built at Ayodhya), we have seen this in the case of Triple Talaq,” he said.

“All are looking forward to justice. They still have belief… but the judiciary, judges and justice have been disrespected because of two-three judges… It should be heard early. What is the problem?” he asked.

He claimed there was growing anguish against “two-three” judges. “All are looking forward to justice. They still have belief… but the judiciary, judges and justice have been disrespected because of two-three judges… It should be heard early. What is the problem? Otherwise, a question arises: if they are not ready to deliver justice, they should think if they want to remain judges or resign,” he said.

Maintaining that it was a matter of faith for crores of Hindus and justice must not be delayed, Kumar asked, “From whom can we have hope?”

“The answer is government,” he said. “The government will bring a law or an ordinance and they should do so, but till December 11, the model code is in force (due to the assembly polls in five states). The government’s hands are tied till then,” he added.

“So, at this stage anyone who curses the government for not bringing an ordinance or enacting a law, will also be deemed to support injustice,” he said.

“The government is preparing to bring the legislation. May be some people will go to the Supreme Court after that to challenge it and may be they will even get a stay, but the people of this nation have decided that temple will be built,” he said.

“The country will not burn (if Ram temple is built at Ayodhya), we have seen this in the case of Triple Talaq,” he said.

“The public is ready, the government is ready, but there will be a few people who will oppose the law. But some miscreants would pose no problem,” he said.

If someone goes to the Supreme Court against the law that the government plans to bring, “it is possible that the Chief Justice will issue a stay (Ho sakta hai aadesh laane ke khilaf koi sarfira Supreme Court jayega, toh aaj ka Chief Justice usey stay bhi kar sakta hai)”.

“The government is preparing to bring the legislation. May be some people will go to the Supreme Court after that to challenge it and may be they will even get a stay, but the people of this nation have decided that temple will be built,” he said.

The RSS national executive member said such an atmosphere should be built in the country that all parties are forced to support it when the government brings an ordinance or law to build the Ram temple.

And those who do not support it, must be shown the door by the public, he added.

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