The Ayodhya dispute was heard on Friday in the Supreme Court. Senior Sunil Wakf Board on behalf of senior advocate Rajiv Dhawan said during the hearing, "Shia Waqf Board does not have the right to speak in this matter. Rajiv Dhawan further said, "like the Taliban had destroyed the holy places and monuments, in the same way, the Hindu Taliban destroyed the Babri Masjid."
Shia Waqf Board filed a petition in the Supreme Court that they want to settle this dispute calmly. The Shia Waqf Board had said that Babri Masjid's guardian is Shia, as well as Sunni Waqf Board or any other person does not represent Muslims in India. Earlier, Wasim Rizvi, chairman of the Shia UP Central Waqf Board, said, "There was no Mosque at Ayodhya on that condition there could be no discussion. This is the birthplace of Lord Rama and only Ram temple will be built there."
In the previous hearing, senior advocate Rajiv Dhawan had said that "Masjid holds an importance in Islam and it is a collective religion. Namaz can be read anywhere in Islam. The collective Namaz is in the mosque. The mosque was not built for any joke, thousands of people pray here."
This dispute is in the court for almost 68 years. Documents of 9,000 pages related to this matter were recorded in 90,000 pages are recorded in different languages including Pali, Persian, Sanskrit and Arabic, on which Sunni Waqf Board sought the translation of these documents from the court. In 2010, the Allahabad High Court gave a third part of the 2.77 acres disputed land to Hindus, one-third of Muslims and one-third to Ram temple. The High Court reaffirmed the Constitutional Bench of 1994 and recognized the rights of the Hindus.