New Delhi: As the ponder over Ram Temple building on the disputed land in Ayodhya heats up the entire nation, BJP national chief Amit Shah has reiterated that the party's vow to the creation is "non-negotiable".
He was answering a question about the holdup in bringing legislation for Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Shah said that the matter is at present pending in the Supreme Court.
He asserted, "Let's wait until it is heard in January," Shah was quoted as nodding by The Times of India.
He further cornered the Opposition claiming that the case has been pending in the top court for nine years. Shah also stated that the Congress has wanted to put off it even while the "lawyers of Ram Lalla" have insisted on taking it up as a main concern.
"We are expecting a favourable judgement and let us wait," the saffron party chief was quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, the revolutionary Hindutva organisation, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), has stated that they will announce a date for the start of building of the Temple.
BJP's supporter Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray was also in Ayodhya to press on the argument for Ram Temple and insist on the Centre to bring an ordinance in the Winter Session.