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Advani says no deadline to solve Ayodhya issue
|On Board Special Aircraft: Home Minister L K Advani on 5 Feb. said that he does not consider March 12 as a deadline for finding a solution to the Ayodhya issue.
"I do not consider March 12 as the deadline....this problem has been there for years and it would take its own time", Advani told reporters in reply to a question whether the government would be able to find a solution before the deadline set by the VHP.
To a question whether the VHP announcing plans for the construction of a temple in Ayodhya after March 12 could communalise the situation, Advani said, "I don't think there would be any problem."
To another question whether 1992 (when the disputed structure in Ayodhya was demolished and violence followed) could be repeated, he replied in the negative. "There is no possibility of situation going out of control in Ayodhya," Advani said in reply to a question.
He said the effort was to arrive at an understanding and "I don't consider it impossible".
On the possibility of a post-poll alliance with Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Advani said, "There is no question of any alliance as we and our allies would get a majority on its own". On the change of chief ministership in the state, he said in the last one-and-a-half-years under Rajnath Singh the state has seen a dynamic leadership while there had been some difficulty during the tenure of Ram Prakash Gupta though it was due to problems of a coalition government.
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