Hyderabad: Hyderabad police registered a case against a group of Muslim women under sedition , who offered namaz and organised a meeting, protesting the Supreme Court’s verdict in the Babri masjid land dispute. More than 100 women, including young girls led by Jille Huma alias Huma Islahi and Sabista gathered at the Ujale Shah Eidgah ground at Saidabad . They offered prayers, raised slogans condemning the judgement.
The police were acting upon a compliant filed by one Din Dayal Singh, sub-inspector of police - Saidabad. The complainant cited that the group of women offered namaz and organised a meeting without seeking police permission.
The meeting was conducted by Muslim women hailing from Jeevanyarjung colony, Saidabad. The gathering which included young and old was held at Ujaleshah Eidgah Ground.
During the meeting one Ms. Huma Islahi criticized the judgment pronounced by the Supreme Court of India on November 9 regarding the Rama Janma Bhoomi/Babri Masjid land dispute. She alleged that the SC judgement was in favour of Hindus, and it appears to have been pronounced because of somebody’s orders.
She further stated that the SC verdict is part of a plan. “The Supreme Court delivered the judgement based on the Hindu faith and thus denying facts and evidence. The judgment made Muslims into victims and the powerless. Even if the entire Hindustan is given for the Masjid, we will not leave an inch of the Babri Masjid land,” said Huma Islahi. She added that they wouldn’t leave the issue unless and until Masjid is built at the same place. Masjid was there in the past and present, and it will be there in the future.
The participants shared banners that represent their thoughts. Some featured the Babri Masjid and the Supreme Court side by side, and some elaborated on the Babri Masjid’s presence in the past, present, and the future. They also gave a press release stating that they will construct Babri Masjid.
The press release reads, “Can a Supreme Court give a verdict based on faith, but no facts. The SC could not rely on its judgement. They directly and shameful obeyed the Hindu fanatics and the government, to give the disputed site to Hindus. The women of Saidabad do not consider it an issue of the mosque, but a question of Muslim community’s faith and identity. For them, their claim to the Babri Masjid will always remain the same and will not change what so ever the Supreme Court decides. They appeal to the Muslim community to raise their voice against the judgement.”
They also raised slogans, stating that they will construct the Masjid and demolish the temple.
The Saidabad police booked a case under section 124-A , 153-A , 153-B , 505 cl(b) (c) cl (2) , 295 A of the Indian Penal code.