New Delhi: After the Supreme Court delivered the most anticipated judgements in India’s history, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, welcomed the apex court’s decision and remarked that the judgment shouldn’t be seen as a win or loss for anybody.

Hailing the apex court, he said the decision taken ‘amicably’ will ‘further strengthen’ confidence in the judicial system, adding that everyone should maintain “peace, harmony and unity”.

In a series of tweets , he said, ” The Honourable Supreme Court has given its verdict on the Ayodhya issue. This verdict shouldn’t be seen as a win or loss for anybody. Be it Ram Bhakti or Rahim Bhakti, it is imperative that we strengthen the spirit of Rashtra Bhakti. May peace and harmony prevail!”


Calling the Supreme Court verdict notable, the PM further said that the verdict shows everyone is equal before law. He also added that this decision would further strengthen the confidence of the common man in judicial processes.

He also hailed the spirit of unity displayed by citizens in the run-up to the long-awaited verdict.

Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday also welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision in the Ayodhya title dispute case saying the ‘historic judgement will strengthen India’s unity and integrity’.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has maintained that a temple should be constructed on at the disputed site.

The PM had on Friday also called for peace ahead of the Supreme Court’s historic verdict in the Ayodhya land dispute. In a series of tweets in Hindi, the Prime Minister said that the “Ayodhya verdict will not be anybody’s victory or loss”, adding that it was the priority of the country’s citizens to maintain harmony.

The Supreme Court on Saturday delivered a unanimous verdict in the Ayodhya land dispute case, dismissing Shia Waqf Board and Nirmohi Akhara’s respective claims to ownership of the disputed 2.77-acre site, thereby granting its ownership to Ram Lalla Virajman and paving the way for the construction of a Ram Mandir there.

Meanwhile, the Sunni Waqf Board will be given a five-acre “suitable” plot to build a new mosque.