"There was no mosque at the Ramjanmbhoomi site and
there is no chance of an amicable solution to the dispute.
Dividing the land is like doing partition of the country", BJP
National Vice President Vinay Katiyar said while talking to
Advising Muslims to leave claim over the land, he said
no mosque was acceptable in Ayodhya or anywhere in the country
in the name of Babar during whose rule 1.76 lakh temples
across the country were destroyed.
"If Muslims did not leave their claim on the
Ramjanmbhoomi land, we will file a suit to stake our claim on
lands where temples existed", Katiyar said.
Requesting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to hand over
all the acquired land on the disputed site to Hindus, Katiyar
said that he could get a research done on the subject to
ascertain the place of Lord Ram's birth.
Asked about the attempts of Mahant Gyan Das regarding
an amicable solution to the dispute, Katiyar said that he was
not a party to the dispute.
He said that Ram temple would be made of the bricks
that were kept in Karsewakpuram.
Ayodhya: Rejecting possibilities of an
amicable solution to the Ramjanmbhoomi-Babri mosque land
dispute in Ayodhya, BJP on Friday said that dividing it was like
partitioning the country.
First Published: Friday, October 22, 2010, 23:41