The committee also intends to file a separate application in the court seeking the debris of the mosque which was demolished in 1992.
Chief of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind's (JUEH) Uttar Pradesh unit Maulana Syed Ashhad Rashidi had also filed a review petition in the court.
The lawyer wasn't a part of the filing of the review petition to the Supreme Court verdict pronounced on November 9.
A five-judge bench headed by him on November 9 brought the curtains down on the Ayodhya land dispute, which dates back to even before the Supreme Court came into existence in 1950.
Not even a single incident of loot, snatching, kidnapping, rape, murder or dacoity took place across the 75 districts of UP. “This has happened for the first time in the state,” said a senior cop.
District in-charge minister CT Ravi, who spearheaded the Datta Peetha movement, has once again appealed for an amicable solution to the issue.
The top court observed that in the exercise of its powers under Article 142 of the Constitution must ensure a wrong committed should be remedied.
The bench held that the Ram Janmabhoomi has no juristic personality, but Ram Lalla was a juristic person with legal rights.
Once a mosque, always a mosque: Prayers were stopped in 1950, but there is no concept of abandoning a mosque Hindu parties only staked claim to right to worship in 1950 suits, not title.
Top ministry officials briefed diplomats of various countries and key allies of India on the Ayodhya verdict.
The former BJP chief said that God had given him an opportunity to make his own humble contribution to the mass movement.
He said the verdict would be remembered as 'historic' and hoped that everybody would maintain peace and none would hurt feelings of any community or create any tension.
A young Muslim leader Babloo Khan and Mahant Brij Mohan Das offered sweets to each other to share the joy. Hanuman Garhi too witnessed similar scenes.
Board chairman Waseem Rizvi said that the dismissal of the Shia Central Waqf Board claim is not a big thing.
The proceedings for the landmark Keshvanand Bharti case in 1973, which continued for 68 days, is the longest till now.