Zafaryab Jilani said that if our committee agrees, then we will file a review petition on it. This is our right as well as the rule of the Supreme Court.
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Saturday said that it is dissatisfied with the decision to give the disputed land for the temple and will consider filing a review petition in the matter. Board’s secretary and advocate Zafaryab Jilani told reporters, “We are dissatisfied with certain points of the judgment, especially the grant of land. We will consider whether to file a review petition or not.
Regarding giving alternative land of five acres for the mosque, he said that there can be no cost to the mosque. Jilani said that this case is not a victory or defeat of anyone and everyone should maintain peace.
Highlights of the Supreme Court’s decision…
Evidence of temple found under ground in ASI report: Supreme Court
The disputed land was given to Ram Lalla Virajman – CJI
Ramlala should be made a trust for the land- CJI
Trust should be made for the construction of the temple- CJI
CJI Ranjan Gogoi said that the central government should make a plan in 3 months.
CJI said that the trust should prepare the plan of the temple in 3 months.
Government will have right on 2.77 acres of disputed land – Supreme Court
All faiths are equal in the eyes of the Constitution – CJI
Court decides on evidence not on faith – CJI
– The interior is disputed. Hindu side has proved its claim on the outside: CJI
Five acres of land should be given to the Sunni Waqf Board. This land is either acquired land or anywhere in Ayodhya: CJI
Ancient travelers have mentioned the birthplace – CJI
Till 1949, Muslims used to offer Namaz in the mosque- CJI Ranjan Gogoi
– Equality is the basic spirit of the Constitution – CJI
– CJI said that the Sunni Waqf Board’s claim is worth considering.
Hindu side gave many historical evidences – CJI
Reading the verdict, CJI Ranjan Gogoi said that it is the job of the government to treat all religions equally. The courts are a secular institution above faith. The statue was placed at midnight in 1949.
CJI said that history is important but law is above all, all the judges have taken the decision by consensus.