Muslim parties are planning to move the Supreme Court to stake claim on debris of Babri mosque. (Photo Credit: News Nation Graphics)
The Babri Masjid Action Committee (BMAC) is planing to move the Supreme Court to stake a claim on the debris of Babri mosque, which was demolished by Hindu mob in December, 1992. BMAC convenor Zafaryab Jilani said that he has spoken to Muslim residents in Ayodhya to arrange land to dump the debris. The development has come days after the Centre constituted Ram Temple trust to build a a temple in Ayodhya. The timing of the Muslim parties' claim has raised a big question on their intention. Are they once again trying to rake up the Ayodhya issue? Why didn't they stake their claim earlier? Watch Khoj Khabar where Deepak Chaurasia debates and asks tough questions to Muslim parties.
# Wasim Rizvi, Shia Waqf Board Chairman seconds Ramvilas Vednati. He says the people who stalled the temple construction for years are now trying to once again halt it. "I have gone inside thrice and there are no debris of any mosques."
# Ramvilas Vedanti: "People like Zafaryab Jilani, who used to take money from Pakistan, are now thinking where will the money come from as the Supreme Court has settled the issue. That is why he is trying to rake up the issue."
# Kameshwar Chaupal, member of the Ram Temple trust, says the debris have been dumped into the Saruyu river and if there is anything left it belongs to the temple as there was no mosque at the site.
# "I have read the statement of BMAC convener Zafaryab Jilani, he has expressed his views that the government may dump the debris of Babri mosque just like that. So his concerns must be addressed by the government of India," says Islamic scholar Majhar Naqvi.
# "It was a temple and there was no mosque at the site. So, if there was no mosque, how can the debris be of mosque. There were evidence of Hindu idols and the debris are of the temple," says Ram Vilas Vedanti.
# Idbal Ansari says we have accepted the Supreme Court's verdict. We wanted the land and have no interest in the debris.
# Wasim Gazi says their faith was in the land where the Babri mosque stood. They have no interest in the debris.
# When the top court has given its verdict and Ram Temple's construction is about to start, why Muslims are seeking the debris now? Deepak opens the debate with the direct question
Muslim parties plan to stake claim on debris of mosque, is there a plot to rake up Ayodhya issue again?— News Nation (@NewsNationTV) February 13, 2020
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