AIMPLB likely to file more appeals against HC verdict on Ayodhya
Hyderabad: The Executive Committee of All
India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) meet here at the
weekend is expected to decide move the Supreme Court with five
more appeals against the Allahabad High Court judgement on Ram
Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid title issue in Ayodhya.
Earlier four appeals have been filed before the Supreme
Court, Rahim Qureshi, Assistant General Secretary of AIMPLB,
said here today.
The 51-member policy-making executive committee, which
will be held at Dar-ul-Uloom in Shivrampally near here, is
expected to file five more appeals against the 8162-page
judgement of the high court which was "based on faith and not
evidence," Quershi added.
On September 30 last year, the Allahabad High Court had
ruled that the 2.77 acre disputed land in Ayodhya be divided
into three parts among Hindus and Muslims and held that the
place where the makeshift temple of Lord Rama currently exists
belongs to Hindus.
The two-day AIMPLB executive meet, which is scheduled for
Saturday and Sunday and will be presided by Moulana Syed
Mohammed Rabe Hasan Nadvi, is likely to disscuss at length
issues like controversial Wakf Amendment Bill 2010, the Direct
Tax Code Bill and the autonomy of Madrasas.
The Darul-Qazzat-Sharia courts, which was proposed by
AIMPLB to resolve disputes among muslims, was "misunderstood"
and it is basically meant to lesser the burden of regular
courts, Qureshi said adding the executive will also take
appropriate steps in this regard.
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