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Supreme Court has taken a surprising stand: RSS on SC’s decision to send Ram Mandir issue to mediation

The three-day Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha will also pass a resolution condemning the Kerala government over excesses committed to forcefully implement the SC verdict on Sabarimala temple.

On Thursday, the Supreme Court of India sent the Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid dispute to mediation, which is set to begin within 4 weeks and end in 8 weeks. The SC’s decision has drawn a sharp reaction from Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, which has labeled its stand as “surprising”.

A report on the three-day annual meeting of the Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS), RSS’s top-policy formation body, said:

“In Ram-Janmabhoomi case, instead of accelerating the judicial process to end the long-drawn dispute, the Supreme Court has taken a surprising stand,” the report further read that SC’s inability to find priority in the sensitive subject associated with Hindu faith is “beyond understanding”.

It also added that the Hindu community is constantly getting neglected. While showing full respect in the judicial system, RSS hoped that Judgment on the dispute gets expedited and obstacles stand removed to pave way for the construction of Ram Mandir.

At the convention, which is going on in Gwalior, various issues related to Hindu cause will be discussed. At the meeting, a resolution condemning the Kerela government for forceful implementation of the SC’s Sabarimala order will also be passed.

Over 1400 RSS functionaries across the country will attend the meeting. BJP president Amit Shah is scheduled to attend too.

“The Sabarimala Temple issue is related to age-old dharmic traditions. The Kerala government is committing excesses against Hindu devotees in the garb of implementing the Supreme Court’s decision.” Manmohan Vaidya, joint general secretary of RSS, was quoted.

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