Shia Waqf Board's big statement in Ayodhya case, says "Land should be given to Hindus"

Oct 22 2019 01:30 PM
Shia Waqf Board's big statement in Ayodhya case, says

Lucknow: Shia Waqf Board Chairman Wasim Rizvi said that not only Ayodhya but all those 11 mosques including Mathura and Kashi should be handed over to Hindus. According to media reports, the hearing on the Ram temple has been completed on October 16. A decision on this is going to come next month. Meanwhile, a written reply has been filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of the Shia Waqf Board.

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In a written reply, the Shia Waqf Board says that Ram temple should be constructed on the disputed land. The land which the Muslim parties have given by the Allahabad High Court should be given to the Hindu parties for the construction of Shri Ram's temple there. Earlier, in the Ayodhya case, the All India Hindu Mahasabha and Muslim parties have filed their written reply to the Supreme Court in a sealed envelope regarding the moulding of relief.

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The Supreme Court on October 16 reserved the judgment and asked all the parties to file a written reply to the Molding of Relief within three days. In the Ayodhya case, the All India Hindu Mahasabha has also filed an answer regarding the Molding of Relief. In response to the All India Hindu Mahasabha it has been said, 'The Supreme Court can order the creation of a trust, which will take over the management/administration thereafter the construction of the Ram temple. For this, the Supreme Court can order the appointment of Administrator.

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