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Sunni Board Distances Itself From AIMPLB On Ayodhya

Lucknow: The Sunni Waqf Board has stated that it’s distancing itself from the choice of the All India Muslim Private Regulation Board (AIMPLB) on the submitting of a evaluate petition in opposition to the Supreme Court docket verdict on the Ayodhya title swimsuit.

“We will not file any review petition,” stated Zufar Faruqi, chairman of the board, whereas speaking to a information channel.

He stated: “We had said on November 9 when the verdict was announced that we will accept the court decision. We are not going with the AIMPLB on this issue.”

Replying to a query, Faruqi stated: “We cannot say why the AIMPLB is going for a review petition. We had always said that we would accept the decision of the Supreme Court and we are following our stand.”

One other Babri litigant Iqbal Ansari has additionally stated that he wouldn’t file or help a evaluate petition.

The All India Muslim Private Regulation Board had stated on Sunday that the Supreme Court docket verdict was self-contradictory and they might file a evaluate petition.

The three events who’ve given their consent for the authorized drill are Haji Mehboob, Maulana Hizbullah and the 2 sons of late Haji Abdul Ahad (one of many first Muslim litigants), Haji Asad Ahmad and Hafiz Rizwan.

Whereas the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, one other occasion to the dispute, stated it could individually file a evaluate plea.

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