Ravishankar meets Yogi Adityanath as Ram Temple movement picks pace


Ravishankar meets Yogi Adityanath as Ram Temple movement picks pace

While Sri Sri's efforts can be seen in the context of reaching to some conclusion on the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid dispute, the AOL founder had previously met members of All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) and discussed the long impending matter.

However, the stakeholders had refused to Sri Sri & Shia Waqf Board's mediation in the dispute.

This statement came after Owaisi snubbed the Art of Living founder for mediating the Ayodhya dispute.

"If Rizvi's logic is that Mir Baqi, who got the Babri mosque constructed, was a Shia then also it (mosque) was made for all Muslims", Rehmani said. Congress spokesperson Tom Vadakkan had said the Supreme Court made it very clear that a settlement was possible, but he asked as to who had appointed people like the Art of Living Foundation chief to take charge.

Earlier, Owaisi had said, "All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has clearly stated that they would not accept any such offer".

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Ravishankar meets Yogi Adityanath as Ram Temple movement picks pace

"As far as the efforts of Sri Sri is concerned, he should first disclose his formula and our executive will deliberate on it", Abbas said.

VHP media in charge Sharad Sharma said in a statement there was no logic of holding any dialogue as archaeological evidence was in favour of the Hindus and court went only by evidence.

The full and final document will be drafted by lawyers of the Board in Delhi on Wednesday, said chairman Waseem Rizvi.

Although it was described as a "courtesy call", sources said that the two leaders discussed the Ram Temple issue and the spiritual guru apprised Adityanath about his talks with various leaders from both Hindu and Muslim camps. Thirteen different appeals have been filed against Allahabad high court verdict that divided the 2.73 acres disputed land into three parts among Ram Lalla, Sunni Waqf Board, and Nirmohi Akhara.