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Sri Sri Ravi Shankar hailed the apex court verdict as a 'very good decision to resolve the long-standing dispute'.
Sources said that it is apparent that the panel has reached some kind of settlement among Hindu and Muslim parties.
Retired Supreme Court judge F M I Kallifulla will head the mediation team on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case on Friday said it has been given a serious responsibility and will take all steps to resolve the issue 'amicably'.
In an apparent reference to Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi said he should act in an 'unbiased' manner.
Retired Supreme Court judge F M I Kalifulla, spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravishankar, senior advocate Sriram Panchu have been appointed as mediators by the Supreme Court in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babr Masjid case.
The three-member panel is headed by former apex court judge F M I Kallifulla and also includes senior advocate Sriram Panchu.
The NGT also said that Yamuna floodplains should not be used for any activity which can cause damage to the environment.
"I am hopeful... I am not disheartened. No one is opposed to amity. This is just a beginning, we will talk to all," Ravi Shankar told the media.
In the past, Shankar had come out against the Supreme Court’s 2013 verdict on Section 377, saying homosexuality is not crime
As per reports, Ravi Shankar had earlier met representatives of Nirmohi Akhara and AIMPLB to help find an out-of-court settlement to the dispute.
The Foundation, however, said it was too early to draw any conclusions and that these discussions were not done on behalf of the government.
An expert committee had told the NGT that a whopping Rs 42.02 crore would be required to restore Yamuna floodplains which was ravaged due to the cultural extravaganza last year.
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