Varanasi, Sep 21 (ANI): Ahead of the judgment in the 1992 Babri Mosque demolition case, specially-abled citizens of Varanasi have requested to the society to maintain peace and communal amity.
A special bench of the Allahabad High Court in Lucknow is expected to deliver its judgment on September 24 into the highly charged row over ownership of the disputed land at Ayodhya.
Keeping this in view, the specially-abled people conducted a mock session of the court and conveyed the message they want to spread harmony across the Hindu and Muslim communities and they also said that no politics should be involved in this issue.
"The verdict of the court should be acceptable to all of us and politics should be kept away from this issue. The politicians should not play with the emotions of people on the basis of religion. People should resolve this issue peacefully," said Mansoor Aalam.
"A temple as well as a mosque should be constructed side by side on the disputed land at Ayodhya. Hindus and Muslims should pray together. This will maintain peace. No one religion should be put under pressure. People should accept the court's judgement peacefully," said Alok Pandit.
The Special Bench of the Allahabad High Court on Friday rejected a plea for deferment of the verdict in the Babri Masjid title suit and imposed a heavy fine on applicant Ramesh Chandra Tripathi.
The court had reserved its judgment on July 26 in the 60-year-old title suit.
On July 27, the court took the initiative for an amicable solution to the dispute when it called on counsel for the contending parties to go into the possibility. But no headway was made.
The demolition of the 16th century mosque had triggered widespread communal riots across the country. (ANI)