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Addressing reporters here, Mr. Mishra said that the Centre had nothing to do with the Acharya's proposals and ``it was solely that of the Acharya''.
Mr. Mishra, who visited Ayodhya yesterday and met several sants to discuss the recent efforts to solve the issue, said the Centre was committed to construct the Ram temple but a ``go-ahead'' would be given only after a ``consensus'' was reached at by the parties concerned.
Reacting sharply to the statements of VHP leaders that the Prime Minsiter, Atal Behari Vajpayee, and his deputy, L.K. Advani, were behind the Kanchi Acharya's proposal, he said: ``Both Mr. Vajpayee and Mr. Advanin want the temple at the earliest and such allegations are baseless.''
On the reported objections rasied by a section of saints on the Acharya's proposal, he said such objections were ``unethical'' at present when noo one knew about the details of the proposal.
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