Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said that if the Supreme Court (SC) is unable to resolve the Ayodhya issue, it should hand over the matter to his government as it will resolve the same within 24 hours. Also Read - These 14 UP Cities to be Developed With New Master Plan | Details Here
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister said that the patience of people on the issue of Ram Temple was running out. Also Read - Flight Services From Ayodhya International Airport Expected to Start Early Next Year
“I want to say that the court should give its verdict soon, and if it is unable to do so, it should hand over the issue to us. We will resolve the Ram Janmabhoomi dispute within 24 hours. We won’t take 25 hours,” he remarked. Also Read - In Poll-Bound Bengal, Yogi Raises Love Jihad and Cow Slaughter Issues, Attacks Mamata Banerjee
“By adding the title dispute unnecessarily, the Ayodhya dispute is being prolonged. We appeal to the Supreme Court to give us justice at the earliest, to the satisfaction of millions of people, so that it can become a symbol of people`s faith. But if there is an unnecessary delay, institutions may lose people’s trust,” he further said. (Also Read: Ram Temple Construction in Ayodhya Will be Completed by Kumbh 2025: RSS)
When asked why the Centre had not brought an Ordinance for Ram Temple, Adityanath said the matter was sub-judice, adding “Parliament cannot discuss matters that are sub-judice. We are leaving it to the court. Had the court given justice based on the 1994 affidavit filed by the then central government, a good message could have gone to the country. It would have been a nice example.”
He expressed confidence that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will win more seats in Uttar Pradesh in the coming Lok Sabha Elections than it did in 2014.