Friday, October 1, 2010

Ayodhya case in Supreme Court

It was clear. Crystal clear before the Ayodhya verdict was to be declared. That , one of the parties either Hindu mahasabha or sunni waqf board will move to Supreme court once the ayodhya verdict is out and is not in their favour.

But no one knew that both the parties will move to supreme court of india .

Sunni Waqf Board counsel Zafaryab Jilani on Thursday termed the Allahabad High Court verdict on the Ayodhya title suits as “disappointing” and said they would move the Supreme Court of India against the order.

“We have three months, we will certainly move the Supreme Court,” Jilani told reporters. He said the verdict was “against the settled principles of law and evidence adduced by the Muslim side”.

Though the Hindu side claimed to have won, it declared its intention to go in appeal to the Supreme Court, arguing that since Ram Janmasthan had been accepted, the entire disputed site at Ayodhya should be handed over for the construction of a temple.

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