The party brass, however, rejects any such possibility. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, BJP leaders say, has already said the response would be “lawful, constitutional and democratic”. Mr Advani too has asked colleagues to “exercise caution, and maintain calm”. A senior party leader took pains to assert that there will be over-the-board reaction in case the judgement goes against the BJP position. “But any move to hand over the site where has been continuously worshiped, since 1989, to Muslims will evoke a sharp reaction,” he warned.
Earlier Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asked the citizens to maintain peace and harmony after the verdict. He recalled that the appeal for peace which had been mentioned in the resolution adopted by the union cabinet on Sep 16.Whatever be the nature of judgment, I think everyone should make every effort to maintain peace, harmony and tranquility in the country,said Manmohan Singh.
His statement also added,The Government's earnest request is that all sections of society will help in maintaining peace, order, harmony and tranquility. No one needs to have any apprehensions.The Home Minister also urged the verdict interested people not to predict anything before the Allahabad High Court would pronounce its judgment in the Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute case on Sep 24.