The tension is rising across the country amid reports that the Supreme Court's verdict on the Ayodhya dispute will soon be announced. The Supreme Court is expected to issue a verdict on the 11th or 12th of this month's controversy over the Ayodhya dispute. With the retirement of Supreme Court Chief Justice Ranjay Gogoi on the 17th of this month, the Supreme Court is preparing to hear 6 major and key cases.
The most significant of these is the case of Ayodhya. This conflict has been going on for decades. Since the dismantling of the controversial structure in 1992, there have been many clashes in the country. After the Allahabad High Court verdict, the country has witnessed huge clashes.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday advised his Cabinet colleagues in a Cabinet meeting. Narendra Modi has said that it is up to each and every person not to make any controversial comments on the issue of Ayodhya and to maintain peace and harmony with the country. Modi, along with BJP chief Amit Shah, has called for cabinet ministers, deputy ministers, BJP MPs and BJP MLAs in many states to continue their peace.
Senior leaders of the BJP and RSS met with several prominent Muslim leaders and intellectuals on Tuesday and asked them to abstain, whether in favor of or against the Ayodhya verdict.