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Babri land not for temple: AIMPLB
Delhi: All India Muslim Personal Law Board’s Babri Masjid Committee has
cautioned the government that if it does not want the unfortunate incident
of 1992 to be repeated, it will have to judge the entire problem very
cautiously and carefully and take prompt action.
The Committee declared in a statement that if an effort is made to hand
over the acquired land, which is presently in the custody of the
government, for temple construction, it will be going beyond its
jurisdiction. The Committee wants to declare in unambiguous words that
Indian Muslims will never accept any such decision.
The Committee further said that according to the Supreme Court’s order
of 1994, unless the special bench gives its final verdict, even one inch
of the acquired land, which is in the custody of government, can not be
transferred to any party.
The Committee wants to invite the attention of all concerned to the
declared programme of Vishwa Hindu Parishad to mobilize fifty thousand
people towards the middle of February which clearly indicates that through
this programme the Parishad wants to create the same atmosphere of mutual
and communal hatred which was seen in 1992. The Committee wants to remind
that it is the responsibility not only of the central and state
governments but also of all secular parties to stop all such activities
and movements so that law and order may not be disturbed and loss of
innocent human lives may not take place. If the government does not put a
stop to such activities it clearly shows that it is itself encouraging the
construction of temple in place of the mosque. The Committee has also
demanded the government to take into its custody all carved pillars so
that these could not be used for illegal purposes.
The Committee also expressed it deep concern over the fact that
government’s claim of solving this problem by 12 March 2002 is a clear
indication that the special bench of Allahabad High Court and Supreme
Court are being pressurized to give the verdict before that date which
itself amounts to violation of the Constitution. q