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Shiv Sena Believes Ordinance Not Mediation Will Solve The Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid Issue

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BJP’s ally in Maharashtra the Shiv Sena  has differed with the Supreme Court ruling on Ayodhya. After the Supreme Court ordered mediation to resolve the long standing issue the  Shiv Sena  has reportedly said  that the Ram Janmabhoomi is an emotional issue and cannot be resolved through mediation.

It therefore  asked  the Centre to promulgate an ordinance and start the construction of Ram temple.  When the country’s politicians, rulers and the Supreme Court have not been able to resolve the issue so far, what would the three mediators do, the party asked.

Giving another chance for mediation, the apex court had on Friday ordered the setting up a three-member panel headed by a former SC judge F M I Kalifulla  to explore a possible settlement of the decades-old politically sensitive Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute in Ayodhya.

Spiritual guru and founder of Art of Living foundation Sri Sri Ravishankar and senior advocate Sriram Panchu, well known for his mediation experience, will be the other two members of the panel.

The Sena said the apex court has deferred a decision on the Ram Janmabhoomi dispute and the matter will now be decided only after the Lok Sabha elections.

“The only question is that if the issue could be resolved through mediation, why did the dispute continue for 25 years and why hundreds of people had to lose their lives?” it asked in an editorial in party mouthpiece Saamana.

“The country’s politicians, rulers and the Supreme Court have not been able to resolve the issue and what would the mediators achieve now.”

“If the protesters did not want mediation on the issue for all these years, why is the Supreme Court trying to do it now? Ayodhya is not just an issue of land, but is an emotional one. It has been experienced that mediation and arbitration do not work in such sensitive matters,” it said.

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