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November 27, 2019

All India Muslim Personal Law Board To File Review Petition On Ayodhya Verdict During The First Week Of December


[ By Bobby Anthony ]

Zafaryab-Jilani

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) will file a review plea against the Supreme Court's verdict on the Ram temple issue during the first week of December, according to senior advocate Zafaryab Jilani.

On behalf of the AIMPLB, Jilani said that the review petition would be filed before the 30-day limit which ends on December 9.

The AIMPLB had already announced it would ask for a review of the judgment in which the entire disputed land has been given for the temple and a five-acre plot of land would be given to Muslims for construction of a mosque.

The Babri mosque stood on a plot of land which is considered by Hindus to be the birthplace of Lord Ram. The mosque was demolished by a Hindu mob in December 1992 which led to riots across the country.

It is noteworthy that the UP Sunni Waqf Board has stated that it will not file a review petition against the court verdict but will accept the decision.

The AIMPLB said that the Sunni Waqf Board's decision not to pursue the case would not legally affect it.



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