New Delhi: The Sunni Waqf Board will file a review petition in the Supreme Court on Monday against the Allahabad High Court’s Ayodhya verdict.
The Sunni Waqf Board will file a review petiton on the judgement of Allahabad High court seeking division of the disputed property ( BAbri Masjid ) into three parts.
In September, a three member Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court had said that the disputed property be divided into 3 parts.
In its special leave petition, the Waqf Board argues that the verdict solely bases its judgment on a flight of faith rather than documentary evidence to show that Lord Ram was born exactly under the central dome of the masjid.
The petition also argues that the judgment violates the fundamental principles under Articles 25 and 26 – freedom to practice religion of choice.
Speaking to CNN-IBN, spokesperson for the All India Muslim Personal Law Board SQR Illyas said that the organisation might file 9 more appeals in the case.