Lucknow: Ahead of Ayodhya verdict, politicians and clerics are appealing to the people to maintain harmony. They are asking people to maintain peace and accept the judgement.
Meanwhile, Shia cleric and vice-president of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) Maulana Dr Kalbe Sadiq has appealed to the community to gift the disputed land to the Hindus, if the Supreme Court gives its judgement in their favour. UNI reported.
Dr Sadiq issued a statement saying that ‘it would be a good gesture by the Muslims to their Hindu brothers to gift the disputed land for the construction of Ram temple at Ayodhya if the apex court gives its verdict in their favour.’
He asserted that such an act would strengthen the relationship between the Muslims and the Hindus in the country. He said winning the heart of the people is more important than winning the case.
Maulana Sadiq said even if Muslims win the case they will not be able to construct the mosque. He appealed Muslims to keep restraint, in case Hindus win the case and take out processions celebrating their success.