SP `glad` after SC order clears decks for Ayodhya judgement
New Delhi: Samajwadi Party today hailed the
Supreme Court order dismissing a plea seeking deferment of
pronouncement of judgement in the Ayodhya title suit.
"I am glad that the Supreme Court has given a very good
order after unnecessarily giving a stay, stopping the High
Court from pronouncing the judgement in the title suit case
which gave rise to apprehensions of a reign of terror in Uttar
Pradesh," party General Secretary Mohan Singh said.
He alleged that the stay given by the apex court had led
to a situation in which the people of Uttar Pradesh were
feeling as if they were "inside prison" with flag marches and
police parades abound.
Singh, who is also the SP spokesman, said that the High
Court is "competent enough to deliver a valid judgement" and
both sides should accept it. "If any side feels aggrieved,
then it is open to go for an appeal to the Supreme Court."
He said any action that affects the peace and
tranquillity of the state and the country should be "dealt
with an iron hand".
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