AIMPLB is free to appeal against Ayodhya verdict: BJP
New Delhi: BJP on Saturday said the All India
Muslim Personal Law Board had the right to approach the
Supreme Court on the Ayodhya title suit verdict but insisted
that there was growing opinion among the people that the issue
should be resolved through reconciliation and dialogue.
"Any party is free to appeal against any verdict in the
Supreme Court and this right is inherent in the constitution.
As far as I know, AIMPLB was not one of the parties fighting
the Ayodhya title suit (in Allahabad High Court) but it can
go to the apex court," BJP Chief spokesperson Ravi Shankar
Incidentally, Prasad was also the advocate for Ramlala
Virajmaan in the Ayodhya title suit.
The senior BJP leader maintained that there was an
overwhelming opinion among the people that after the High
Court verdict, the matter should be resolved out of court.
"There is a groundswell of opinion among the people
that the issue should be resolved in a spirit of
reconciliation, amity and brotherhood. Everybody, the
minority community included, should try to find an amicable
solution," he said.
The High Court had on September 30 directed
trifurcation of the 2.77 acre disputed land in Ayodhya with
two parts going to Hindus and the third to the Sunni Waqf
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