Respect Ayodhya title suit verdict: IUML
New Delhi: Indian Union Muslim League on Saturday appealed to the people to respect the Ayodhya title suit verdict and said they can move the Supreme Court if there is any reservation against the judgement.
"Under no circumstances, the contents of the verdict should be taken for breach of peace or law and order," IUML President and Union Minister of State for Railways E Ahamed
said in a statement.
He said it is the duty of all sections of people in a "civilised society" to respect the verdict of the court and restrain in their reaction, if any, on such sensitive issues. "IUML appeals to all sections of people to respect the judgement as the judiciary is the epitome of justice for the people of the country," he said.
Even if there is any reservation or difference of opinion about the judgement, anybody is free to move and appeal to the apex court, he said. The Minister said all efforts should be made by each and everyone to maintain peace, tranquillity, harmony and peaceful co-existence among the people.
The judgement in the Ramjanambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute will be delivered on September 24 with the Allahabad High Court yesterday rejecting a petition for mediation on the ground that it was aimed at "creating obstruction" in the final disposal of the matter.
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