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Accept Ayodhya verdict wholeheartedly says RSS

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New Delhi, Oct 31: The impending Supreme Court decision on the Ayodhya case should be accepted wholeheartedly by everyone, the RSS said while stating that it is everybody's responsibility to ensure that harmony is maintained in the country whatever be the judgement.

Verdict by Nov 17:

Verdict by Nov 17:

In its tweets, the Hindutva organisation said the issue arising out of the Supreme Court verdict, which is expected before November 17 when the Chief Justice retires, is being discussed in the two-day meeting of its senior functionaries in the national capital.

Meet shifted to Delhi:

Meet shifted to Delhi:

This meeting was earlier scheduled to be held with a conclave, between October 30-November 5, of RSS 'pracharaks' in Haridwar.

Though the pracharaks' meeting has been adjourned, the meeting of its senior functionaries has been shifted to Delhi, it added.

What PM had said:

What PM had said:

The RSS statement came days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi had recalled how the government, political parties and the civil society prevented attempts to create fissures when the 2010 Allahabad high court ruling on the disputed land in Ayodhya was to be delivered.

He described it as an example of how a united voice can strengthen the country.

Important verdict:

Important verdict:

The Chief Justice of India in waiting Justice S A Bobde had said that this is the most important case in the world. Justice Bobde will take over as the CJI on November 18. CJI, Ranjan Gogoi retires on November 17.

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