Finally, Yogi Adityanath speaks on Ram Mandir, says issue should be resolved through talks

Days after taking over as the new chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath has finally spoken on the issue of Ram Mandir. Read his statement here

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on April 3 came out to speak about the sensitive issue of Ram Mandir and affirmed that he welcomes the Supreme Court’s observation and that we should resolve the issue through talks.

“I welcome the Supreme Court’s observations on the matter. This should be resolved amicably through dialogue. If the government’s cooperation is required at any stage then we are ready to do so,” Yogi Adityanath said while speaking to RSS mouthpiece Panchjanya Magazine.

Earlier, the Supreme Court had told senior BJP Subramanian Swamy to resolve the Ram Mandir issue through mediation and end the complexity that the issue had created. CJI had also affirmed that it was willing to be the principle negotiator in the issue adding that a common ground should me met so that none of them are offended with the final decision.

However, the Babri panel did not agree with CJI’s directive and affirmed that a clear decision should be made. RSS had also said, “We welcome the observation, all sides can sit and find a solution”.