Hindu Mahasabha Raises Objection on Supreme Court's Observation on 'Hindus' in Ayodhya Case, Files Petition Challenging 5-Acre Alternate Plot For Mosque
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Ayodhya, December 9: The Hindu Mahasabha has raised objections about a few observations made by the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya-Ram Janmabhoomi case and also questioned the 5-acre land alloted for building a mosque at an alternative spot. The Hindu Mahasabha also raised objections on a few Supreme Court's observations on "Hindus" regarding the years 1949 and 1992. They also said that they want the observations deleted from the judgments. Ayodhya Verdict Quotes: From PM Narendra Modi to Amit Shah and Other Key Leaders, Who Said What on the Supreme Court Judgment.

The plea will be filed by Hindu Mahasabha. Vishnu Jain, a lawyer for Hindu Mahasabha, told ANI, "We will file review petition today challenging Supreme Court's decision of granting five acres of land to the Muslim side in another site at Ayodhya or anywhere the Board finds it suitable, in the Ayodhya Babri Masjid land dispute case." Highlights of the Supreme Court Judgement in the Ayodhya Case.

A Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi on November 9 had ordered that the central government within 3-4 months should formulate a scheme for setting up a trust and hand over the disputed site to it for construction of a temple at the site. Ayodhya Case Verdict: Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas Gets Possession of Disputed Site, Sunni Waqf Board to be Given 5-Acre Alternative Land in Ayodhya For Mosque.

The apex court also added that an alternative five acres of land at a prominent location in Ayodhya should be allotted for the construction of a mosque following consultation between the Centre and the state government. On November 17, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) had decided to file a review petition against the apex court's verdict on Ayodhya issue while declining to accept the five acres of land. (With ANI Inputs)