SC verdict on Ayodhya brings to closure intractable dispute between two communities, says Nawab of Arcot
In a statement, he sincerely appealed to the Muslim parties and the All India Muslim Personal Law Board not to file a review petition against the Supreme Court's verdict.
The proceedings for the landmark Keshvanand Bharti case in 1973, which continued for 68 days, is the longest till now.
"I welcome the Ayodhya verdict. Ram and Rahim are all one and we all should stay united so that we may protect the country from its enemies," he said.
'AyodhyaVerdict' was the top trend across the globe with over 206K tweets while 'HinduMuslimBhaiBhai' was trending fourth worldwide with over 18.7K tweets.
Five-judge Constitution bench led by CJI Ranjan Gogoi will pass the verdict after hearing the pleas of the three main parties to the case.
The top court directed the Centre to form an Ayodhya trust for building of the temple and announced a five-acre alternate land for the Muslims.