Before, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had Requested people of the Nation to Keep peace and Stability after the verdict.









The prime minister, who had been in Dera Baba Nanak at Punjab fro inaugurating Karatarpur Corridor at the afternoon, is likely to talk concerning the Supreme Court's decision to permit construction of Ram Temple of the disputed land in Ayodhya.
Before, PM Modi had hailed the SC verdict through twitter and'd asked people to keep peace and stability.




"The country's apex court has given its verdict in Ayodhya case. This verdict should not be viewed as either success or loss. Doesn't matter if you're a Ram Bhakt or even Rahim Bhakt, it is time to fortify Bharat bhakti," the prime minister said on Twitter. Practice live coverage of Ayodhya case verdict




He asked every Indian to keep peace, unity and harmony.




Hailing that the Supreme Court for its ruling, the prime minister stated that the verdict has been critical since it reveals why it's crucial to follow legal processes while solving any dispute.




Ayodhya Ram Mandir situation judgment: Supreme Court rules in favour of Ram Lalla
"All parties obtained a proper opportunity to show their arguments since the temple of justice solved the years old dispute at a hamonious manner," the PM said.




"This choice has further fortify people's beliefs in India's judicial procedure. I ask 130 crore Indians to provide a good illustration of peace and stability according to our historical heritage," he explained.

Ayodhya Verdict: PM Modi to address the nation Soon


Before, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had Requested people of the Nation to Keep peace and Stability after the verdict.









The prime minister, who had been in Dera Baba Nanak at Punjab fro inaugurating Karatarpur Corridor at the afternoon, is likely to talk concerning the Supreme Court's decision to permit construction of Ram Temple of the disputed land in Ayodhya.
Before, PM Modi had hailed the SC verdict through twitter and'd asked people to keep peace and stability.




"The country's apex court has given its verdict in Ayodhya case. This verdict should not be viewed as either success or loss. Doesn't matter if you're a Ram Bhakt or even Rahim Bhakt, it is time to fortify Bharat bhakti," the prime minister said on Twitter. Practice live coverage of Ayodhya case verdict




He asked every Indian to keep peace, unity and harmony.




Hailing that the Supreme Court for its ruling, the prime minister stated that the verdict has been critical since it reveals why it's crucial to follow legal processes while solving any dispute.




Ayodhya Ram Mandir situation judgment: Supreme Court rules in favour of Ram Lalla
"All parties obtained a proper opportunity to show their arguments since the temple of justice solved the years old dispute at a hamonious manner," the PM said.




"This choice has further fortify people's beliefs in India's judicial procedure. I ask 130 crore Indians to provide a good illustration of peace and stability according to our historical heritage," he explained.

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