No chance of amicable solution to Ayodhya: Kalyan

Last Updated: Thu, Sep 16, 2010 08:30 hrs

Lucknow: Ruling out that there will an amicable solution on Ayodhya title suit, former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh on Thursday said that neither Hindus nor Muslims would agree to it.

"The Hindus are committed for construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya and whatever is being done is just a "timepass". At this stage there is no chance of an amicable solution on the dispute," Singh, leader of newly formed Jan Kranti Party told reporters while leaving for Ayodhya.

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On being asked about the need of his Ayodhya visit at the time when tension is prevailing, Kalyan said that they were going to pay obeisance to 'Ram Lala' and not to disturb peace. Party workers would travel with discipline, he said.

"If we are stopped by the government, we will obey. We want to make it a peaceful visit to give a right message to the whole country," the former BJP leader who floated the Jankranti Party after severing ties with the saffron outfit said.

"I will meet sadhus and saints there and I hope Mayawati government will not stop me", he said.

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Reiterating his demand for enacting a bill in the Parliament for construction of the Ram temple, Singh cited the example of Shah Bano case and said that it was a matter of faith of lakhs of Hindus.

The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court is slated to deliver its verdict on the Ayodhya title suits on September 24.

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