New Delhi; The Wafi Sunnis board must not accept the 5-acre plot that the Supreme Court in its ruling on Ayodhya directed the Center to set aside for a mosque, said the head of prominent Muslim bodies, Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind (FUES) in Maulana Aula. Thursday.
He said that amiamiat had argued that the Supreme Court's ruling in the evidence-based Ayodhya case would be respected.
However, Maulana Madani said the verdict was "beyond comprehension". Sources said a meeting of the amiamiat executive committee on Thursday could not reach a consensus on whether to petition for revision of the Ayodhya verdict and a decision will be made on Friday.
The court accepted that placing idols in a mosque and destroying it was illegal. "But the court ruled in favor of those responsible," he said.
The YUHEF president also said the court accepted that the Babri mosque was not built by demolishing a temple during Babur's rule.
Solving a fragmented issue that goes back more than a century, the Supreme Court in its ruling in the case of "Babri Masjid-Ram Shanmabhomi" on Saturday said that the entire 2.77 hectares of disputed land should be handed over to the divine Ram Lala, who was one of three litigants in the case.
A five-judge bench also directed the Center to allocate a 5-acre plot to the Sunni Wakf Board in Ayodhya for the construction of a mosque.
Asked about his views on whether the country should be accepted by Muslims, Madani said: "The country has not been given to us. They gave the land to the Sunni Waqf Board. "
"It is our opinion that the Sunni Waffe Board should not accept the country, but it is ultimately up to them," said the Suez chief, who was also a litigant in the case.
"The question is about rights not about land. We don't want land. Muslims don't need land, "he said.
Madani said that by religion, the mosque remains a mosque regardless of whether or not it is "held".
"The committee said it was a mosque and was not destroyed by a temple. For us, by religion, it is still a mosque, "Madani said.
Answering a question, he argues that whatever they say about the verdict, they will say only in the country.
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