“Hand It Over, And We’ll Resolve The Dispute In 24 Hours”: Yogi Adityanath Slams Court’s Delay In Ram Temple Case(Photo by Sunil Ghosh/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has called out on the apex court for delaying the Ayodhya dispute verdict, saying that people’s “patience” was “fast running out”.

"I want to say that the court should give its verdict soon, and if it is unable to do so, it should hand over the issue to us. We will resolve the Ram Janmabhoomi dispute within 24 hours. We won't take 25 hours," he said, as reported by Economic Times.

"I will still appeal to the court to dispose of the dispute soon. On September 30, 2010, the Allahabad High Court division bench gave its verdict, not on the issue of division of land but upheld the view that the Babri structure was built by demolishing a Hindu temple or memorial," said Yogi Adityanath.

Furthermore, the Chief Minister claimed that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will outdo its 2014 Uttar Pradesh performance and will win more seats in the upcoming elections.

Taking a jibe on the SP-BSP alliance, he said that even if Akhilesh-Mayawati duo take the caste-based fight to the lowest levels, they won’t be able to win more than 30 per cent seats.

“Seventy per cent voters are with BJP while the remaining 30 per cent are with the gatbandhan (alliance),” he said.

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