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Ram Mandir Dispute: SC Asks Parties To Arrive At Consensus Amicably

The controversial Ram Mandir dispute over whether a Mandir or Mosque should be made in Ayodhya reached the Supreme Court after BJP MP Subramanian Swamy sought an urgent hearing.

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The apex court has asked the concerned parties to sit together and arrive at a consensus, adding that since the topic is a sensitive and sentimental issue, it’s best the issue be settled amicably.

SC has also said that all parties should choose mediators in a fresh attempt to settle the dispute. CJI J S Khehar has offered to mediate if required.

Swamy has been asked by the Supreme Court to consult the parties and inform the decision to the SC on March 31.