Maulana Syed Ashhad Rashidi, the legal heir of original litigant M Siddiq, filed the plea, saying the judgment suffers from errors apparent on record.
Ayodhya SSP Ashish Tiwari said the entire district had been divided into four zones, 10 sectors and 14 sub-sectors.
On Monday, the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind filed a review petition challenging the verdict that allowed construction of a temple for Lord Ram on the disputed 2.77 acre of land.
Ayodhya's Additional District Magistrate P D Gupta told the media that there was no need for the inspection of the status quo, now that the Supreme Court has delivered its verdict.
The meeting supports the AIMPLBs decision to file the revision petition against the apex courts judgment on the title suit.
The lawyer wasn't a part of the filing of the review petition to the Supreme Court verdict pronounced on November 9.
Advocate Sanjay Hegde and political expert Neera Chandhoke also participated in the discussion, held at the India International Centre.
The 217-page petition has sought review of SC's November 9 judgment giving disputed land to Ram Lalla.
The spiritual leader said the matter would have been solved long back, had one side not been insistent on building a mosque at the disputed site.
The AIMPLB, which was not a party to the law suit, has previously said a review petition will be filed by December 9.
The Supreme Court on November 9, ruled that the 2.77 acre disputed land in Ayodhya be handed over to a trust for the construction of the Ram temple.
Further, he said Indian Muslims should adopt Ram and Seeta as national heroes. He said Hinduism is a very tolerant religion, which is the need of the hour.
Gurumurthy said Parasaran should argue also the Sabarimala case. He said nobody’s emotions were hurt in the Ayodhya judgment.
He added that the Shia Waqf Board would propose to build a hospital on that land for the larger benefit of the society.
Indian diplomat Vimarsh Aryan said that the world does not need lessons on human rights of minorities from a country whose own citizens have never enjoyed true democracy.