We don’t need 5-acre land as Charity - Asaduddin Owaisi

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  9 Nov 2019 10:46 AM GMT
We don’t need 5-acre land as Charity - Asaduddin Owaisi

Hyderabad: AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi expressed disappointment over the landmark verdict of the Supreme court, that allocated Ayodhya disputed land for the construction of lord ram temple. ‘Supreme court is supreme but not infallible’, he said quoting former Chief Justice J S Verma.

The barrister called India’s oldest land dispute verdict as a ‘victory of faith over facts judgement’. Expressing dissatisfaction, the Hyderabad parliamentarian said, “There are several other mosques in our country over which the sanghis have laid claim. I wonder if they will cite this judgement in those cases too. I endorse the All India Muslim Personal Law, stand on the judgement. Out fight was justice and legal rights. We don’t need 5-acre land as a charity. There cannot be any compromise over a mosque’.

The MP has urged the community to reject the offer of 5-acre land allocated by the Supreme Court.

Meanwhile, the All India Muslim Personal law to has expressed their resentment, “The judgement is against our expectation; they said. In a social media post, the members said, “We presented solid evidence to prove our stance. Our legal committee will review the judgement. We have sincerely tried to fulfil our responsibility to restore the demolished Babri masjid.

India’s oldest disputed land case in Ayodhya ended on Saturday, with the Supreme court directing land to be given to build a temple. The top court has concurrently allocated five-acre suitable plot for the construction of the mosque.

In what is considered to be a landmark verdict in a religious and political point of view, the Supreme Court observed that all citizens have equal rights. The unanimous verdict was announced by a five-judge constitution bench.

The judgement has come along with appeals for peace and security across the country.

The Ayodhya land dispute is a two-century-old legal battle.

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