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In the latest on the barrage of attacks on Supreme Court from the adherents of Hindutva, the RSS has said the Supreme Court’s recent observations on the Ram Temple title suit have caused “anguish” among the Hindus who feel “insulted” by these comments.

The remarks come amid a growing clamour from the RSS-BJP camp for bringing a law to bypass the case in Supreme Court and enable the construction of Ram temple. Amid suggestions that the government should bring an Ordinance for the purpose, BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP Rakesh Sinha has stepped forward to bail the government out of any possible hassles in this regard and offered to introduce a private member’s Bill in Parliament, challenging Opposition parties to oppose it.

In the build up, the issue is kept alive, even at the expense of the top court.

“Hindu samaj apne aap ko apmanit mehsoos kar raha hai. Is baat ki humko vedna hai (The Hindu community feels insulted and we are quite anguished by it),” said RSS joint general secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi in Thane at the end of three-day national executive of the organization, reported News18.

“A legal sanction is required to pave way for the construction of the temple. The wait for the court’s verdict has been too long. Since the matter was listed (for hearing) on October 29, we felt Hindus would get good news before Diwali,” Bhaiyyaji Joshi said, according to a report in The Indian Express (IE).

“But the Supreme Court refused to hear the matter and deferred the hearing. The court also said their priorities were different when asked when the verdict would come,” he said.

While observing “we have our own priorities”, the top court on October 29 had ordered listing of appeals before an “appropriate bench” in the first week of January 2019 to fix a date for a hearing.

Bhaiyyaji Joshi said it was a matter of pain and anguish that an issue so close to the Hindus is not on the priority list of the court. “We expected the court to decide on the Ram Janmabhoomi issue taking into consideration the sentiments of the Hindu community,” he said, adding, “Hindus are feeling insulted.”

The title suit on the disputed site was adjudicated by the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad high court in 2010 by a majority verdict. The verdict was later challenged in the SC where it is currently pending.

When asked if RSS would take up 1992 like temple agitation in the wake of delay, Joshi replied, “If necessary, we will.”

The RSS has been demanding legal intervention for the construction at the disputed site. Some leaders have even suggested ordinance be promulgated to acquire the land for the construction of the temple.

“If there is no alternative left, government will have to fall back upon ordinance route,” Joshi added.

BJP President Amit Shah met top RSS leaders this morning at the end of the RSS executive where all the options before the government on the Ram Temple issue were also discussed, said the News18 report.

“It is our belief that court will take into account sentiments and feeling of the Hindus in adjudicating on the issue,” Joshi said.

The clamour to go the ordinance way for the construction of Ram temple has been gaining ground.

The RSS had earlier said that the temple “should be built immediately” and the Centre “should bring legislation to remove the obstacles”. The VHP too sought a law, saying the “wait for the temple cannot be eternal”.

Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said the Ram temple was an issue of faith and demanded that the government come out with an ordinance soon. “It is a matter of faith. The court cannot decide on this. The government should bring an ordinance,” he said.

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