The All-India Shia Muslim Personal Law Board on Thursday said that efforts should be made for an out-of-court settlement of the Ayodhya issue and no one should harbour any “ill feelings”.

“Although some people who do not accept the verdict of the Allahabad High Court over the Ayodhya issue may approach the Supreme Court, I appeal that no differences should exist in (people's) hearts. That's why efforts should being made for an amicable out-of-court settlement,” national president of the Board Mirza Mohd Attar said. “If people are satisfied with the verdict then it is all right and those who are not satisfied may go to court, whose doors lie open. (But) there should not be quarrel among people and both sides should not harbour any ill-feeling,” he said. - PTI