No place for bitterness, fear in new India: PM Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi addressed the nation after the Ayodhya case verdict on Saturday. He said there was no place for fear, negativity, and differences in the new India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday welcomed the Supreme Court verdict on the Ram Janmabhoomi dispute. He says it has given the message that even the toughest issues can get resolved within the framework of the Constitution.
In his address to the nation after the Ayodhya case verdict on Saturday, PM Narendra Modi said there was no place for fear, negativity, and differences in new India. In an 11-minute address to the nation, Modi also called upon citizens to make a new beginning by leaving the past behind and build a new India that should be no place for bitterness, fear, and negativity.
“The verdict also marks the closure of a legal process that went on for decades,” Modi said adding that the acceptance of the verdict by the people has also demonstrated the vibrancy and the strength of India’s democracy.
"India is known for its value of unity in diversity and the country has once again proved it," he added. "People...have written a new history today," the PM further said.
The Prime Minister went on saying that he assumes that the decision took by the supreme court in the most complicated Ayodhya case had welcomed by the entire country.