Arvind Kejriwal welcomes Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya case
New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday welcomed Supreme Court’s verdict on the Ayodhya's disputed land case, urging people to maintain peace and harmony as the dispute has finally come to an end.
Writing a tweet in Hindi, Arvind Kerjwal wrote, "After listening the arguments of both the sides, the SC bench has pronounced a unanimous decision. We welcome the ruling as the case finally rests after the decade long arguments. I request all people to maintain peace and harmony."
The apex court ruled the case in favour of Hindus, saying that the land will be given to a trust that will be monitored by the Centre.
The Muslims will be given an alternative land of 5.1 acres in Ayodhya for the construction of Masjid.
The Centre has been given a time of 3 months to create a trust who will manage the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhay's disputed site.
The judgment was reserved by the bench on October 16, a 40-day long daily trial that had started on August 6.