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VHP adamant, to go with puja

New Delhi, March 10, 2002: Kanchi Shankaracharya's peace initiative on Ayodhya suffered a major blow today with the All India Muslim Personal Law Board rejecting his proposal for construction of Ram temple near the disputed site and VHP adopting an aggressive posture that it will go ahead with the planned 'Bhoomi Pujan' on March 15. 

A confrontation appears on the cards with VHP attacking the Centre in the wake of Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's commitment last night to Muslims that the Government would go by the directions of the Supreme Court on the March 15 plan. 

The Muslim Board, which met the Seer last week, held an emergency meeting of its executive committee to consider his formula and adopted a unanimous resolution saying settlement of the Ayodhya dispute is not possible in a "piecemeal manner". 

Asking the Centre to prohibit any "symbolic" puja on the acquired land in Ayodhya on March 15, the Board said the solution should be in such a way that construction of a mosque is also not delayed. 
The resolution felt that the Shankaracharya formula ensured commencement of Ram temple construction with immediate effect while the Muslims were merely asked to await the final judicial verdict. "At best the proposals are 'workable arrangements' and do not offer solution of the problem in its entirety," it said. 

Reacting to the Board's response, Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswathi said in Kancheepuram "I have done whatever I can. It is upto the parties who are now negotiating to do their utmost" (PTI) .
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