Shia Waqf Board proposes building Ram Temple in disputed Ayodhya land and mosque in Lucknow
The Shia Waqf Board has brought a proposal to build Ram Temple in controversial Ayodhya Land they also proposed they also ready to leave the place and instead build a government mosque at a place in Hussainabad in Lucknow. The draft proposal was submitted to the Supreme Court on November 18th, the Board Chairman Wasim Rizvi said on Monday in Lucknow. They also felt this is the best formula for Rama Mandir, Babri Masjid Dispute.Akhila Bharatha Akhara Parishad Chairman Mahant Narendra Giri also participated in the press conference.
“The Board is of the view that instead of Ayodhya, a ‘Masjid-e-Aman’ be constructed in Lucknow’s Hussainabad area and it has requested the government to provide one acre land for it,” he said.
“The Shia Waqf Board is being accused of becoming active on the Ayodhya dispute lately but the reality is that it had no knowledge that lawyers have been deployed in the court from its side…The government needs to inquire as to who had deployed counsels on behalf of the board who did not plead the case properly,” Mr Rizvi said.
Mr Giri said that a Ram temple in Ayodhya will be constructed and said that an amicable settlement should be reached on the issue by talking to all the parties concerned.
However, UPA Sunni Waqford, and All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIIMIPLB) flayed Shia Waqf Board proposal.
“There is no Right for Rizvi to bring this proposal, “AIIMPLB member Jaafarab Zilani said. “
“The Lucknow bench in 2010 has ruled that one-third of land in 2.77 acres of land in Babri Masjid area had been handed over to their board” said Chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board Chairman Jaffar Farooq.