The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed all 18 reconsideration petitions filed in connection with the Ayodhya verdict. Explain that the apex court had given a historic verdict on the Ayodhya dispute on November 9 last month and ordered the disputed land to be given to Ramlala. Several Muslim parties filed a review petition in the Supreme Court against this order of the Supreme Court. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board filed a petition against the verdict, while the Nirmohi Akhara also filed a review petition with some of its demands. On Thursday, a bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice Abdul Nazeer and Justice Sanjeev Khanna unanimously rejected the review petition. And Abdul Nazir has also been involved.
The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed all 18 reconsideration petitions filed in connection with the Ayodhya verdict.
Nirmohi Akhara had filed a petition not against the Ayodhya verdict but on the decision of Shabiyat Rights, Possession and Limitation. On behalf of the Muslim side, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIPLB) and Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind had also filed the petition. The first petition for reconsideration of the verdict was filed on 2 December by Maulana Syed Ashhad Rashidi, the heir of M Siddiq, one of the original litigants and the president of UP Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind. In this petition 14 points were requested to be reconsidered. There was an appeal in the petition that ‘complete justice’ can be done in this case only by directing the reconstruction of Babri Masjid. The judgment has now been filed for reconsideration by Maulana Mufti Hasbullah, Mohammad Omar, Maulana Mahfuzur Rahman and Missbahuddin, all of whom were parties to the earlier trial.