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Panelists say that the verdict is expected soon and both communities should accept that

Ram Janmabhoomi case verdict has been pending in the Supreme CourtOn 17 November, Chief Justice Of India Ranjan Gogoi retires, 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 Anita Aggarwal, noted advocated IB Singh, Muslim affairs expert Yasub Abbas, BMAC’s Zafrayab Jeelani, and APN consultant Govind Pant Raju.

Aggarwal said: “Arguments have been going on in court. If needed, even on holidays debate is on. Court is never off completely in that sense. The historic verdict is expected by November 17.”

Singh said: “The verdict is expected before the CJI retires. Otherwise, a new Bench will have to sit, which won’t be good, as it will cause needless delays. There’s plenty of time to give the verdict. People are fed up with the case, and are looking forward to the verdict soon. This dispute is over 500 years old.”

 Abbas said: “We are expecting the verdict soon. It has taken too long already. Every Indian wants a solution fast. We have complete faith in the apex court. Plenty of time has already been spent. The Court will decide what is correct and what is not. Further lingering on will not help matters. In reality, there has been too much loss already and Hindu and Muslims should be both ready to accept the verdict.”

Aggarwal said: “This is not a mudda for politics. The only thing is that the BJP has stood for Ram Janambhoomi.”

Jeelani said: “The Court will decide how strong is the Muslim thought on this contentious issue.”

Aggarwal said: “Modiji has said this issue is pending in the court. The BJP does not politicise this, it is the opposition that does politics on this.”

Raju said: “This has been a long-standing dispute. The issue in the Supreme Court is mainly about the disputed land. The High Court verdict was stayed by the Supreme Court.”

Abbas said: “It is a sensitive issue, and politicians should refrain from commenting or stoking any kind of emotion on this issue. Politicians raise up such issues for their own self-interest, and do not care about the larger picture.”

Singh said: “The Ram Janambhoomi issue is a sensitive matter. It is said that Mughal rulers first came to loot. It is the Hindus’ belief that the disputed site is Lord Ram’s birthplace. Archaelogical Survey of India (ASI) has its distinct findings, based on detailed research. So the ASI’s findings will be crucial.”

Abbas said:”Yes ASI has a crucial role, since it is realted to the faith of both communities, and archaeological evidence will be important.”

Aggarwal said: “Since the matter is in the Supreme Court, leaders should be careful and refrain from making strong statements that may trigger violent reactions. But, at the same time, leaders are also people, and they tend to express what they believe.”

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