Reconciliation must be left to the parties concerned. The fact of the matter is that compromise and reconciliation is the way forward, he said.
“Government has no role to play in this. It can state publicly that the matter be resolved by the parties concerned. But I don’t think we can force the government in such a complex situation. Why should government get involved in a private dispute,” Sibal, an eminent lawyer, said.
He told in an interview that there are complex issues such as the issue of possession, who is in possession of the site.
Sibal was replying to a question whether government must step in.
The Minister’s comments come in the backdrop of the Congress Working Committee on Tuesday saying that the party respects the Allahabad High Court judgement and would welcome efforts by parties concerned with the dispute to find an amicable and peaceful settlement.
Sibal said that the issues are highly complex and the Supreme Court will be very careful and meticulous in analysing the judgement and coming to a conclusion consistent with the Constitution.
The apex court could take long time to deliver its verdict, Sibal felt.