New Delhi: The National Security Advisor (NSA), Ajit Doval, has met with religious leaders belonging to the Hindu and Muslim communities in a bid to discuss ways to maintain the peace and harmony in the country after the Supreme Court of India passed its verdict on the Ramjanmabhoomi case.
Hindu religious leaders like Baba Ramdev, Swami Parmatmanand, Swami Chidanand Saraswati were present at the residence of Ajit Doval for the meeting along with Muslim religious leaders like Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Jawad and many others.
The meeting discussed ways to maintain peace in the country after the verdict was given in the highly communally sensitive case. The religious leaders were asked to spread the message of brotherhood and was requested not to make provocative statements that might lead to communal strife.
The apex court had ruled that the disputed land be handed over to a trust by the Central government in three months and a Ram Temple must be build on the spot. Besides, five acres of land in a prominent place at Ayodhya must be allocated to Muslim community to build a Mosque.
The Supreme Court’s decision was accepted by many sections of the people, however, the people did not engage in victory celebrations. The verdict did not lead to any communal tensions anywhere in the country and everyone accepted the verdict with much maturity.
Ahead of the verdict the RSS had met with several Muslim community leaders, clerics and intellectuals at the residence of Union Minister of Minority Affairs, Muktar Abbas Naqvi and there everyone decided no celebrations or mourning once the verdict is out.