New Delhi: India has satisfyingly defined the Ayodhya judgment to different international locations and the engagement with them on this matter has been “largely successful”, Ministry of Exterior Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar stated on Thursday.
“It is the job of the MEA that if there is an important development in India, then we should engage others on that, and if there is any request from the diplomatic community – asking us what happened and why did it happen – then it is our job to engage them and put our perspective,” he stated.
India engaged with some international locations in Delhi itself or via Indian missions overseas on the matter of the Supreme Court docket’s Ayodhya judgment, Kumar stated.
“To all the people with whom this matter was discussed, we argued that this is India’s internal matter, and this is Supreme Court’s decision, Supreme Court is the apex court, and it should be viewed as such,” he added.
“As per my information, we have not got any comment from anywhere that would make us think that we have not adequately explained the matter to them. Our engagement has been largely successful,” Kumar stated.
The Supreme Court docket, in its verdict within the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi title case on November 9, stated the whole 2.77 acres of disputed land needs to be handed over to the deity Ram Lalla, who was one of many three litigants.
The five-judge Structure bench additionally directed the Centre to allot a five-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board in Ayodhya to construct a mosque.