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Ayodhya verdict aftermath: UP Minority Minister criticises AIMPLB meeting on review petition

Ayodhya verdict aftermath: UP Minority Minister criticises AIMPLB meeting on review petition

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 17 Nov 2019, 10:31 pm

Lucknow/UNI: Uttar Pradesh Minority Affairs Minister Mohsin Raza on Sunday slammed All India Muslim Personal Law Board for conducting a meeting in Lucknow to decide filing the review petition on Ayodhya verdict.

"What is the purpose of organising the meeting of the executive committee when they have already obtained the signature of the original plaintiff for filing the review petition. Moreover the review petition will be filed in the Supreme Court and the head office of the board is also in Delhi then what is the rationale of the meeting of the executive in Lucknow, " the Minister said.

He said that if it was so important for them to organize the meeting of the executive then it should have been held in Delhi instead of Lucknow.

"Nobody is with the AIMPLB. Sunni Waqf Board is also not supporting them. They should stop holdings such meetings," Raza said and added,

"Moreover the board is a badly divided house where majority of the members were not in favor of filing the review petition and in favor of honoring the apex court judgment".

The minister also accused AIMPLB's Zafaryab Jilani and Asauddin Owasi of practicing double standards and lying. "For decades they had been saying that they will accept only the judicial settlement of the Ayodhya dispute and after the Supreme court delivered the judgment they have taken U turn and opposing the court order," the Minister alleged.  

Ayodhya verdict aftermath: UP Minority Minister criticises AIMPLB meeting on review petition

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