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Ayodhya title dispute : Hope SC verdict will be in favour of Hindus: RSS

Ayodhya title dispute : Hope SC verdict will be in favour of Hindus: RSS
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Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) general secretary Suresh Bhaiyyaji Joshi on Friday expressed hope that the Supreme Court decision on the long-pending Ayodhya title dispute will be "in favour of Hindus".

New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) general secretary Suresh Bhaiyyaji Joshi on Friday expressed hope that the Supreme Court decision on the long-pending Ayodhya title dispute will be "in favour of Hindus".

Joshi said any obstacle between the task of building the Ram temple should be resolved.

The RSS 'sarkaryavah' said that out-of-court mediation on the Ayodhya issue has been taking place for a long time and there should have been no need to approach the court.

"Now that the court hearing on this matter has been completed, everyone should wait for the decision. We hope that the decision will come in favour of the Hindus," he said.

Joshi said every country should have a National Register of Citizens (NRC), along the lines of the one in Assam, in order to stop infiltration and ensure the safety of its citizens. "Every country should have an NRC.

There are various types of infiltration that have been happening, such people should be identified. What will be done with them, that the government policies will decide," he said.

Joshi said NRC is not against any particular community. "This (NRC) is for the benefit of our country. People who are not residents of India should not be given the same rights given to residents of India," he said.

Joshi added that all anti-national and anti-social activities should be identified and stopped.

"It is the responsibility of any government to ensure the safety of the nation, be it the current government or any other," he said.

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