The leader, who spearheaded the campaign for a Ram Mandir in UP city said that all parties involved should come to a consensus.
A cautious Congress said there should either be a "consensus-based" solution, which will go a long way in ensuring lasting peace and goodwill, or the apex court should decide the case on merit.
Ayodhya: As the Supreme Court on Tuesday directed fresh attempts by all parties to end the Ram Janmabhumi-Babri Masjid dispute through negotiation, a cross-section of society in the temple town welcomed it. "The matter is in the court. If the court passes any order to that effect (amicable solution), we will think about future course of action", he added.
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said: "Aggrieved parties should amicably settle this issues talking to each other".
"These are issues of religion and sentiments". The court also ruled by a majority verdict that the disputed 120 feet by 90 feet plot land be divided into three equal parts among the three petitioners - Sunni Wakf Board, Nirmohi Akhara and the party representing Ram Lalla. "All of you may sit together and hold a cordial meeting", the bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar and comprising Justices D Y Chandrachud and S K Kaul said. Its joint general secretary Dattatreya Hosabele said in Coimbatore that the organisation would go by what the Dharma Sansad, which was at the forefront of the Ram Janmabhoomi movement, would do on the issue.
Muslim organisations, including the Babri Masjid Action Committee, which is a party to the case, were sceptical about the possibility of an out-of-court settlement in the light of past failures. "Even the BJP has been encouraging solving the issue through negotiations", said P.P. Chaudhary, Minister of State for Law and Justice and a senior BJP leader. Talks for out-of-court settlements have failed. "RSS will not decide".
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Police were forced to cut the roof of the auto to pull the bodies from inside after fire fighters discovered it ablaze on Friday. The local news station also reported that the male victims "were shot in the head execution-style".
This morning, during the freewheeling "mentioning time" when litigants are allowed to raise issues relating to listings or pending cases, BJP politician Subramanian Swamy sought urgent hearing of the Ayodhya appeals.
"Government is always ready and encourages mediation". The other side is claiming the land by adverse possession. Chief priest of Ram Janmabhumi temple (Ram Mandir) Acharya Satyendra Das welcomed the court's move. "We cannot change the birthplace of Ram, but Masjid can be made anywhere".
Meanwhile, Vishwa Hindu Parishad chief Pravin Togadia asked the Modi Government to bring out legislation to build the Ram temple.
Hindus want a temple to be built at the site, while Muslims want a new mosque.
The above Twitter reaction seemingly came from a right-wing account which looks fairly supportive of constructing the Ram Temple.