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All India Muslim Personal Law Board To File Review Petition On SC’s Ayodhya Verdict

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board and the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind announced on November 17, 2019 that they would be filing a review petition against Supreme Court’s Ayodhya verdict.

The two Muslim bodies defended their decision by saying that the land on which mosque existed cannot be given up under the Sharia law. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board stated that building the same mosque at some other site is also not permissible as per Islamic law.

The Sunni Waqf board, however, clarified that they would not be filing a review petition. The Sunni Waqf Board as well as the main litigant, Iqbal Ansari, distanced themselves from the All India Muslim Personal Law Board’s decision of filing the review petition.

All India Muslim Personal Law Board’s statement

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board stated after its Working Committee meeting in Lucknow that it was against accepting the allocation of 5 acres of alternate land for the mosque. The board said that allocating alternate land does to equate to repairing the damage caused and it will also not balance the situation. The board claimed that there were many contradictions in the verdict.

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