Ayodhya, Sep 2 (ANI): Residents in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya town have said the verdict in the Ramjanmbhoomi-Babri Masjid case will not affect harmony between the two communities, whichever way the judgment of Allahabad High Court goes.
"There won't be any problem on the verdict day, no matter who wins or losses the case. The unity between Hindus and Muslims would remain the same, like it is today. There won't be any friction between the two communities," said Vikas Malhotra, a Hindu resident of Ayodhya.
Kasif Sheikh Choudhary, Muslim resident, said people want peace and it hardly mattered whether a mosque is constructed or a temple is built on the disputed land.
"We will accept the verdict of the high court. If our Hindu brothers win or even if we win the case, the judgment of the court would be respected equally. It is okay with us whether a mosque or a temple is constructed there. We want peace and unity between the two communities, nothing else," said Choudhary.
Both communities said they would abide by the court's judgment.
"We respect whatever would be the decision of the court. We have full faith on the judgment of the court," said Shyam Babu, a Hindu resident.
"The judgment of the court would be respected and we would obey it," added Mohamed Siddique.
The Allahabad High Court will deliver its verdict on the case on September 17. By Amit Kanojia (ANI)
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