Leaders of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) would converge in Ayodhya on Wednesday to deliberate on the Allahabad High Court verdict on the Ayodhya title suits and chalk out future strategy for the Ram temple construction.
"The VHP leaders under the banner of Sant Uchadhikar Samiti would meet in Ayodhya at the Kar Sewakpuraum to review the Allahabad High Court verdict and finalise future course of action," VHP spokesman Sharad Sharma said on Tuesday.
"Ever since the pronouncement of the verdict, the saints and the VHP had not issued any statement on it and this meeting would discuss the verdict in detail before finalising the future strategy on the temple construction," Sharma said.
Mahant Avaidyanth of the Gorakhnath Dham, VHP President Ashok Singhal and General Secretary Pravin Togadia, Jagatguru Vasudev Nand Saraswati and Swami Chinmayanad, besides other saints would attend the meeting of the Samiti.
He said that now with the court also giving its verdict that the land is the birthplace of Lord Ram, it is the commitment of the sadhus that a grand temple be built on the site.
Sharma said that advocates would be briefing the leaders on the implications and details of the verdict.