Home Minister Amit Shah welcome the Supreme Court's (SC) crucial verdict on Ayodhya case. Hailing the judgement as a milestone ruling, Shah tweeted, "I welcome the Supreme Court's decision on Shri Ram Janmabhoomi unanimously. I appeal to people of all communities and religions to accept this decision and remain committed to our resolve of 'Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat', full of peace and harmony."
"I am confident that this landmark judgment given by the Supreme Court will prove to be a milestone in itself. This decision will give further strength to the unity, integrity and great culture of India. This legal dispute of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi, which has been going on for decades, has ended with this decision today. I congratulate the judiciary of India and all the justices." he added.
श्रीराम जन्मभूमि पर सर्वसम्मति से आये सर्वोच्च न्यायालय के फैसले का मैं स्वागत करता हूँ।
मैं सभी समुदायों और धर्म के लोगों से अपील करता हूँ कि हम इस निर्णय को सहजता से स्वीकारते हुए शांति और सौहार्द से परिपूर्ण 'एक भारत-श्रेष्ठ भारत' के अपने संकल्प के प्रति कटिबद्ध रहें।- Amit Shah (@AmitShah) November 9, 2019
Several politicians, prominent leaders and parties also took to the microblogging site reacting to the top court's historical verdict on Ayodhya case.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal welcomed SC's ruling in the Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case saying that the ruling has put an end to the centuries-old conflict.
सभी पक्षों की दलीलें सुनने के बाद SC की बेंच के पाँचों जजों ने एकमत से आज अपना निर्णय दिया। हम SC के फ़ैसले का स्वागत करते हैं। कई दशकों के विवाद पर आज SC ने निर्णय दिया। वर्षों पुराना विवाद आज ख़त्म हुआ। मेरी सभी लोगों से अपील है कि शांति एवं सौहार्द बनाए रखें- Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) November 9, 2019
Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi who read the crucial verdict in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute case directed the BJP-led central government to formulate a scheme under the Ayodhya Act 1993 to set up a trust with a board of trustees. The trust will oversee the construction of a temple, among other matters. The possession of the site will be handed over to the trust.
Centre will also make provision for the rest of the acquired land. The possession of the land will remain with the statutory receiver until the trust is formed.
A suitable plot of land measuring 5 acres will be handed to the Sunni Waqf board. The board will receive the land within Ayodhya for the mosque. The Sunni Waqf board is at liberty to build the mosque as and when they receive the land.
The court has also directed the government to give representation to the Nirmohi Akhara in the trust as the Centre deems fit.