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Days ahead of SC verdict on Ayodhya, PM calls for calm & respect for court order

Days ahead of SC verdict on Ayodhya, PM  calls for calm & respect for court order

New Delhi, Oct 27 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday made a fervent appeal to the citizens to respect the rule of law and court verdict especially in the context of long pending and vexed issues such as Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute of Ayodhya.
In his monthly radio broadcast programme 'Mann Ki Baat' through All India Radio, Prime Minister said he vividly remembers the day Allahabad High Court delivered the Ram Janmabhoomi verdict in 2010.
"Thanks to the people of India, social organisations, Saints, Seers and leaders of all faiths, it became a day that furthered unity and the judiciary was also respected," Mr Modi said.
His reference was to the tension experienced in various parts of the country on the eve of September 30, 2010 verdict.
Prime Minister underlined that notwithstanding efforts made by certain quarters to exploit the situation and spread tension, the moment the verdict from the High Court came, every genuine stakeholders contributed their part to keep things calm and peaceful.
"Some people have tried to raise the tempo....some did it just to prove a point and get themselves to limelight, but the moment the verdict came there was pleasant change in atmosphere experienced by the country....When I remember this, I feel happy as the honour of the court of law was also maintained," Prime Minister said.
"....Tanav ka mahol nahi ban na dene chahiye (We should not allow tension to build up when such situations come)," Prime Minister said.
Mr Modi's remarks have special significance as the Supreme Court verdict on the dispute in Ayodhya
is expected in November.
The five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi on October 16 reserved its judgment, after a marathon 40-day hearing in the case and is expected to deliver the verdict in November.
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