Mahasabha to move SC for total ownership of disputed land
Ayodhya: Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha (ABHM),
one of the parties to Ayodhya title suits, on Thursday said it would
challenge the Allahabad High Court`s decision to split the
disputed land into three parts and seek total ownership of the
land for rpt for Nirmohi Akhara.
Mahasabha state President Kamlesh Tiwari told PTI that
ABHM has decided to challenge the High Court`s order regarding
distribution of the land in three parts in the apex court.
"The petition is most likely to be filed by the end of
this month. We are taking legal advise on the issue," he said.
"We will file an appeal in the apex court for complete
ownership of the dispute land in Ayodhya to Nirmohi Akhara.
The Mahasabha will also plead that the Akhara should be given
right to perform puja at the makeshift temple," Tiwari said.
He said a delegation of ABHM met Mahant of Nirmohi Akhara
Bhaskar Das this afternoon and had a detailed disussion with
"If required, we will file a joint appeal with the
Akhara," Tiwari said.
He claimed that since 1730 Akhara was performing puja in
Ayodhya and it should get the right back.
"So far, no serious process has started for an amicable
solution to the problem," he said.
Download the all new Zee News app for Android and iOS to stay up to date with latest headlines and news stories in Politics, Entertainment, Sports, Technology, Business and much more from India and around the world.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Prashant Bhushan questions Arvind Kejriwal on Lokpal through press conference
- PM Modi addresses the nation during Maan Ki baat
- Delhi police arrests BSF personnel, ISI operative for espionage
- Exclusive: Prakash Javadekar's views on issue of climate change before UN summit
- Kerala's Sunni religious leader calls gender equality ‘un-Islamic’
- Women fit only to deliver children, gender equality un-islamic: Kerala Muslim leader
- Russia strikes down Goa, India from its safe travel destinations list
- Arvind Kejriwal backs Tarun Gogoi's claim over Guv favouring BJP, suspects 'coop federalism'
- Intolerance issue: Aamir Khan's remarks 'innocent', says Rajkumar Hirani
- PM Modi leaves for Paris to take part in Climate Conference