Bulandshahar (Uttar Pradesh), Nov 27 (ANI): Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday contended that the Supreme Court will decide whether to build temple or a mosque at the disputed site in Ayodhya.
Interacting with the media persons on the sidelines of a public function here Yadav said, "There is no denying fact that a mosque used to exist at the site and only the apex court can decide the matter."
"The mosque was there and the matter is there in court and let the court decide. If they want, they (Hindus) can build the temple two kilometers away from the mosque site," Yadav added.
Singh's views gets significance as the Liberhan Report will come for discussion before the parliament from Tuesday.
Earlier in the day, in New Delhi, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) president Ashok Singhal demanded that the Ayodhya issue should be resolved through a cabinet decision on the lines of the Somanath temple issue.
"If the then cabinet under the leadership of Nehru can resolve the Somanath problem with a decision, I demand the same should be followed for resolving the Ayodhya issue," Singhal said.
During the next week the parliament is expected to be stormy as December 6, the day on which disputed structure was demolished was also round the corner. (ANI)