After Supreme Court dismissed a batch of review petitions filed against its judgment in the Ayodhya Ram Temple case, the Babri Masjid Action Committee (BMAC) mulls over filing a curative petition against the top court's verdict. Earlier, a 5-judge bench, headed by the then CJI Ranjan Gogoi in an unanimous verdict on November 9 had given the entire 2.77-acre disputed land to a trust tasking it with the responsibility of monitoring the construction of a temple at the site. The Court also directed the Centre to allot a five-acre plot to Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque in Ayodhya.
Along with this, the BMAC in a meeting, which was held on Wednesday at Islamia Degree College in Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow, decided to file a seprate petition seeking the debris of the Babri Masjid to be given to them.
A curative petition is the last judicial corrective measure that can be pleaded for in any judgment passed by the top court.
Moreover, Home Minister Amit Shah while addressing a poll rally in Jharkhand, had said a sky-high Ram Temple will be built in Ayodhya in next four months.
The government has started working on setting up a trust within the next few week as mandated by the Supreme Court while delivering the Ayodhya verdict, PTI quoted a government official as saying.
The apex court had said a trust should be formed within three months for the construction of the temple at the site where many Hindus believe Lord Ram was born.