The lawyer wasn't a part of the filing of the review petition to the Supreme Court verdict pronounced on November 9.
The important meeting of the board, attended by seven of the eight members, decided not to file a review petition against the apex court's decision.
Shia Waqf Board will build hospital if five-acre land is given to it: Wasim Rizvi on Ayodhya verdict
The AIMPLB on November 17 decided to file a review petition against the Supreme Court (SC) verdict on Ayodhya issue while declining to accept the five acres of land.
Sunni Waqf Board lawyer Zafaryab Jilani said that Article 137 allows that one who is not satisfied with the verdict can file a review petition.
Uphill task in seeking review of Ayodhya verdict in SC as AIMPLB needs to prove 'grave error' in last judgement
Muslim Law board will face difficulty in convincing the Supreme Court that there was a grave error in the unanimous Ayodhya verdict. Also seeking open court hearing is difficult
The meeting chaired by the head of Nirmohi Akhara, Mahant Dinendra Das, was also attended by its Sarpanch Raja Ram Chandra Das here.
Petitioner Hussain had petitioned the high court seeking disbandment of the two separate waqf boards referring to Section 13 (2) of the Waqf Act.
The Sunni Waqf board will take into consideration what the AIMPLB decides in its meeting on Sunday and take a final call on the matter in its meeting scheduled for November 26.
The JUEH president also said the court has accepted that the Babri mosque was not built by demolishing a temple during Babur's rule.
UP chief secretary RK Tiwari clarified that the SC order would be complied with cent percent and a suitable piece of land would soon be identified for the proposed mosque.
Dhavan, a doyen of legal profession who represented the Muslim parties during the Ayodhya case, had given up practice after a courtroom spat two years ago but he reconsidered his decision later.
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.
The apex court in its ruling has handed over the 2.77 acres of disputed land to Ram Lalla Virajman.
Raut said that for the 'next two days', the Ayodhya verdict will be a key issue rather than the government formation in Maharashtra.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said the Akhara's suit was barred by limitation.