A group of residents drawn from both Hindu and Muslim communities, on Saturday, welcomed the Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya dispute in Noida. They said the judgment had bridged the gap between the two communities of India.
They gathered at the office of the Janshakti Sewa Samiti in Sector 50 to share the good news with each other with sweets.
Nabab Ali, Akhtar Khan and other residents from the Muslim community came forward to share the happy occasion with sweets. In cordial reciprocation, Narendra Chopda, A N Dhavan, chief patron of the committee, welcomed them and shared sweets with them.
Ravi Kant Sharma, president of the Samiti, said, "I welcome the verdict that played a role of removing differences between the two communities. Now that the Supreme Court has bridged the gap between us, we can look forward to strengthen the fraternal bond between us."