New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Nov 29: VHP working president has made it clear that Hindus can't wait eternally for court judgment, the government should bring the law on Ram Mandir.
Once again the Supreme Court has adjourned the hearing on the Ayodhya land dispute. A three-judge bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, said an "appropriate bench" will decide in January next year the future course of hearing on the appeals filed against the Allahabad high court verdict in the Ayodhya land dispute case.
Expectations were soaring high and all eyes were on the Supreme Court. There was disappointment amid the Ram Mandir enthusiasts as the apex court adjourned the hearing.
Sensing the disappointment in public the Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Monday said Hindus cannot wait eternally for a court judgment on the Ayodhya land dispute case and asked the government to bring a law for building a Ram temple.
Its working president Alok Kumar urged the Narendra Modi government to bring a legislation in the Winter Session.
His remarks came soon after the Supreme Court moved the hearing on the case to January next year.
"The Supreme Court has once again adjourned the hearing. This fortifies the VHP's stand that the solution to the Ram Janambhoomi issue is not in eternally waiting for hearing of appeals pending for over seven years. We reiterate our request to the Union government to enact a law to clear the way for building a grand temple of Lord Ram at his birthplace in Ayodhya," Kumar said.
This may be done in the coming winter session of Parliament, the head of the RSS affiliate said, adding that the Hindutva organisation will intensify its campaign for such a legislation if the government does not act.
The organisation has called a two-day 'Dharam Sansad', a meeting of seers, on January 31 and February 1 next year to discuss the Ram temple issue. This will be held on the sidelines of the Kumbh Mela in Allahabad.