NEW DELH — Commenting on the Babri Masjid-Ram Temple dispute Jamiate Ulama-e- Hind led by Maulana Arshad Madani said that Muslim community believe in judiciary and however is ready to accept the apex court’s decision. Maulana Madani in a press release said we believe that the learned Supreme Court will decide the case on the basis of proofs and documents not on the basis of faith.
This is not the matter of faith only rather it is a matter of honouring law of the land, said Maulana Arshad Madani.
Jamiat has appointed a panel of senior advocates who are representing the case in the Supreme Court properly, says press release.
From the day first we believe in the sanctity of Supreme Court and made our stand clear that the Muslim community will abide by the final decision in the Babri Masjid dispute including title suit, said Maulana Madani adding that on the other hand some communal, fascist and Hindutva organizations are adamant to build temple on the site of mosque irrespective of the decision of the court.
RSS, Shiv Sena and other Hindutva groups have embarked on a mad spree demanding construction of Ram Temple irrespective of court decision and have also been demanding to bring ordinance in Parliament to start construction of Ram temple before the Supreme Court verdict on the site of Babri Masjid.
In a recent interview with ANI our Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that we should wait for the verdict of the court in the case but also hinted that if need arises we (govt) may bring ordinance also to build Ram temple, Maulana said.
Maulana Madani, however, expressed his satisfaction and belief on the learned judges of the Supreme Court hoping that they won’t be intimidated by Hindutva forces in the case.
The Supreme Court on Friday said the bench that will hear a batch of cross petitions challenging the 2010 Allahabad High Court judgment on the Ayodhya title suit will decide the future course of the hearing.
Taking up the applications for early hearing, a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjay Krishan Kaul said further orders on the course of the hearing will be passed by the bench which will be constituted on January 10.
The hearing on Friday, which continued for 60 seconds, did not see any arguments from either side, according to report..