New Delhi: Following Supreme Court order to give 5-acre land to Muslims for construction of Masjid, few prominent Muslim personalities have raised voices against accepting the offer of an alternative site saying that Masjid is invaluable and it can neither be sold nor exchanged.
Ending 134-year long dispute Supreme Court on Saturday pronounced its judgment in favour of Hindu party by giving the disputed site to them and offered 5 acres of land for a new mosque.
However, keeping in view the sentiments of the Muslim community who think that injustice was done to them, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board will on Sunday spell out its view on the offer of as per the Supreme Court judgement in the Ram Mandir- Babri Masjid case.
UP Central Sunni Waqf Board which was also one of the petitioners in the case will hold a special meeting of its working committee on Sunday in Lucknow and decide whether it is in favour of filing a review petition against the judgement or not. The decision whether or not to accept the land is going to be the prerogative of UPCSWB.
Jamiat Ulama -i- Hind president Arshad Madani is also of the opinion that they should not take it.