RSS wants debate on Ram Janmabhoomi in Parliament

RSS on Sunday stressed the need for evolving a national consensus on Ram Janmabhoomi issue and sought a debate in Parliament after the Allahabad High Court delivers its verdict on Aydhya title suit later this month.

Updated: Sep 06, 2010, 00:33 AM IST

Kolkata: RSS on Sunday stressed the need for evolving a national consensus on Ram Janmabhoomi issue and sought a debate in Parliament after the Allahabad High Court delivers its verdict on Aydhya title suit later this month.

"We are expecting Allahabad High Court order on Ram Janmabhoomi issue later this month. The issue should be allowed for a debate in Parliament after the verdict to evolve a national consensus", RSS spokesperson Ram Madhav said here during an interaction with media.

"Since the government is the authority to implement the verdict of the court, there should be a debate on the issue in the parliament," he said.
Ram Madhav also said RSS was against any violence and keeping it in mind campaign was being conducted to avoid any controversy or tension on the issue during implementation of the court`s verdict by the government.

He also cautioned BJP not to "politicise" the Ram Mandir issue to avoid controversy.

A three-judge special bench of Allahabad High Court, which concluded its hearing in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title case last month, will announce its verdict on September 17.

PTI