The Supreme Court’s most-awaited verdict on the disputed land in Ayodhya, on the whole, can be stated as an accepted one except for a few statements from the Muslim Communities. Though certain Muslim organizations that fought on behalf of the Babri Masjid have expressed their discontent, they finally stated that they would respect the apex court’s decision and will not go for an appeal. Followed by the remarks made by All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi ’We do not want your charity’ on the judgement given by the apex court’, a Bhopal-based advocate filed a case against the former at the Jahangirabad police station. Except for this, there has been no other onwards statements from any established Muslim communities.
Information from the trusted sources revealed that the Ministry of Home Affairs has already initiated the process with the legal opinion from the Attorney General and the law ministry. However, there has been a new headache both for the court and the central government with the simmering spats over the Hindu trust to hand over the responsibility of construction the Ram mandir. The Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas (RJN) which was founded as an independent trust which has been playing an active role in Ayodhya temple movement since 1990 has raised few objections over the trust that is being set up.
Mahant Nritya Gopal Das, the chief of RJN has questioned the Central government about the necessity for a new trust while RJN was founded with the main motto of re-building the Ram mandir. While the Nirmohi Akhara’s opposed the statements made by RJN that they are not ready to work with the latter and urged the central government to intervene. Though all the Hindu trusts which played a crucial role in Ram mandir movement are now in a series tug-of-war over the authority to take up the construction.