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Panelists say that with the Ayodhya verdict expected anytime soon, both communities should maintain amity

The Ayodhya verdict is expected anytime soon. Chief Justice of Indian Ranjan Gogoi is to retire on November 17, and the verdict is expected before that. APN’s popular debate Mudda discussed the issue. Anchorperson Akshay posed questions to panelists including the BJP’s Sanjeev Mishra, national affairs expert Fazil Ahmed, political expert Achal Sharma, Shia Waqf Board chairman Wasim Rizvi, Hindu Swabhiman’s Chetnanand Saraswati and former IPS officer Vibhuti Narain Rai.

Sharma: “Let’s wait for the verdict before we rush to comment.”

Rizvi said: “The verdict is expected before November 17-18, maybe first week of November. We have to maintain amity.”

Ahmed said:”People fight to win. At this stage, each side is presenting its views. There is a lot of pressure.”

Rai said: “Administration should act with diligence and in a non-partisan manner. Both sides should show a large heart and both sides should be allowed to build whatever they want.”

Mishra said: “Both sides have presented the arguments. The administration should do its work, the government is doing its work, and once the verdict is out, both sides should respect it. The nation is waiting to celebrate the verdict.”

Rizvi said: “The case has been hanging for a long time. This time the court has decided it will give its verdict. All should be ready to accept it. Muslim Personal Law Board maulvis etc are trying to create rifts.”

Ahmed said: “Both sides are trying to do politics. Both sides have strategies that are aimed at political gains.”

Sharma said: “When two bothers fight, the family tries to quell the dissent. This nation is bigger than such pretty divisions.”

Chetnanand Saraswati said: “We are hopeful that the verdict takes due cognisance of all evidence provided. It is the government’s duty to maintain amity. The Supreme Court verdict is mandatory and all parties have to accept it.”

Mishra said: “The Supreme Court gave opportunity to all sides to present their evidences. When the verdict comes, we shall celebrate both Holi and Diwali.”

Sharma said: “When they say that both Holi and Diwali will be ‘celebrated’ when the verdict comes, do they know what the verdict will be like? Whatever the verdict, we should be ready to accept it.”

 Saraswati said: “See, 100 crore Hindus have been waiting for this verdict. Our counsels have been saying that we have a strong case. So ‘celebrations’ cited are in that context. Political parties will be ready to take credit, but it’s more important at this stage to preserve peace and friendship amongst all groups.”

Mishra said:”We all trust the Supreme Court, and that’s why we are saying we should be ready with the celebrations.”

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