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Ayodhya verdict: SC dismisses all 18 review petitions

The AIMPLB and other Muslim parties had filed petitions against the verdict, even as the main litigant Sunni Waqf Board stayed away, while the Nirmohi Akhara had asked for 'sahabiyat' rights and a place in the temple-building trust

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The Supreme Court has dismissed all 18 review petitions filed in connection with the Ayodhya verdict. The apex court had on 9 November ruled that the disputed land would go to Ram Lalla Virajman in a historic verdict on the Ayodhya dispute. Several Muslim parties had moved a review in the Supreme Court against this order.

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) filed a against the verdict, even as the main litigant Sunni Waqf Board stayed away, while the Nirmohi Akhara filed a review with some of its demands.

A bench of Chief SA Bobde, Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice Abdul Nazeer and Justice Sanjeev Khanna unanimously rejected the review petitions. CJI Bobde, Justices DY Chandrachud, and Abdul Nazeer were also part the constitutional bench that pronounced the historic Ayodhya judgment.

Ayodhya verdict review plea by Nirmohi Arena

The Nirmohi Akhara had filed a not against the Ayodhya verdict but on the decision of sahabiyat rights ( to enter the sanctum sanctorum), possession and limitation. The Nirmohi Akhara in its had also asked for a role in the trust of Ram Mandir.

of the Muslim side

The filed by the AIMPLB and Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind on behalf of the Muslim side. The first petition to reconsider the court’s decision was filed on 2 December by Maulana Syed Arshad Rashidi, the heir of M Siddique, one of the original litigants and the president of Uttar Pradesh Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind. In this petition, 14 points were requested to be reconsidered. His appeal was that ‘complete justice’ can be done in this case only by directing the reconstruction of Babri Masjid.

A review of the judgment was filed by Maulana Mufti Hasbullah, Mohammad Omar, Maulana Mahfuzur Rahman and Misbahuddin. All of them were parties to the first lawsuit as well.

The Ayodhya verdict

In November, a five-member Constitution bench headed by the then CJI Ranjan Gogoi, in a unanimous decision, decreed 2.77 acres of disputed land in favour of Ram Lalla Virajman, the residing deity recognised as a perpetual minor by the Indian judiciary, thus requiring a guardian that will represent him in the court.

The rejection of the review petitions has paved the way to build Ram temple on the plot in Ayodhya. The court directed the Union government to allot 5 ac of land to the UP Sunni Waqf Board for construction of the mosque in Ayodhya.

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