The Supreme Court, in a historic verdict on November 9, backed the construction of a Ram temple by a government trust at the disputed site in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya.
Seeking a 'limited review' of the apex court's November 9 verdict which cleared the way for construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya.
Congress-ruled states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh have taken a gamble on reviving the country’s spiritual and cultural construct using religious sites.
Speaking on the occasion, VHP regional head, Sharad Sharma said that in consonance with the apex court order on Ayodhya dispute, which was seen as the victory of truth, Ayodhya has moved on.
Maulana Syed Ashhad Rashidi, the legal heir of original litigant M Siddiq, filed the plea, saying the judgment suffers from errors apparent on record.
Board secretary Maulana Khalid Saifullah Rahmani said on Tuesday that they will continue to fight the case for the board and will file review petition on behalf of individual litigants.
While speaking to reporters, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said the country for long dreamt about a grand temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya.
The minority panel chief said filing the review petition would send a message to the Hindus that they were trying to put roadblocks in the way of building the Ram temple.
As the dust settles on the Ram Janmabhoomi issue following the landmark Supreme Court judgement, Bibek Debroy pieces together various tales of the Ramayana to turn the spotlight of dharma on Lord Rama
Kashmir disappointed them. There was no conflagration, no conflict and the separatist agendas could find no expression since August 5.
The Akhara belongs to the Ramanandi Vaishno sect and have been pressing for the right to worship at the Ramjanmasthan for ages now.
The Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board was one of the main litigants in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case.
It impressed on courts to avoid interfering in matters of faith and called destruction of Babri mosque a criminal offence, suggesting that perpetrators must be punished.
One must see this issue from the point of view of an average Hindu. Kashi, Ayodhya and Mathura are as holy to him as Mecca is to a Muslim or Jerusalem is to a Christian.
But now the self-appointed patriots of the country look at this 'foreign' name and conclude that I can only be anti-national.