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No commitment to abide by court verdict: VHP

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad clarified on Wednesday that it had not committed to abide by a court verdict in the Ayodhya case. The Kanchi Shankaracharya, it said, had only been assured that status quo would be maintained at the disputed site till the court gave a ruling.

VHP vice-president Giriraj Kishore contradicted the Shankaracharya’s statement that the VHP had agreed to abide by a court verdict saying: "We have not given an undertaking that we will abide by any verdict of the court. We have only said in a written assurance that the status quo will be maintained at the disputed site."

He said he was quoting the exact statement in the written assurance given to the Shankaracharya and signed by Ram Janmabhoomi Trust president Mahant Ramchandradas Paramhans.

But he also made clear that a mosque would not be allowed to be built at the site. "It was and is and will remain a temple of Ram Lalla," the senior VHP leader said.

Asked about VHP working president Ashok Singhal's meeting on Wednesday morning with the Kanchi seer, Kishore said "nothing has been communicated yet as a final decision is expected only when the Shankaracharya meets the Prime Minister today evening."

The seer stayed back an extra day in the Capital to meet the prime minister again as well as some other leaders and lawyers to explore options for a solution to the Ayodhya imbroglio.

Asked whether the VHP was in favour of building a wall to delineate the disputed site, Kishore said: "If that is not against the status quo then it can be otherwise not."

I think the bloodbaths we saw last week are not over. In ten days we are going to see more. The VHP thinks that tey are above the law, but i dont blame them. The politicians in our country have always made a mockery of the law , so dont blame VHP of thinking this way.
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