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Published in the 16-31 Dec 2003 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

Ayodhya Muslims form new trust, bid to localise Babari issue

New Delhi: "At least three out of the five plaintiffs contesting the Babari title suit have agreed, in principle, to withdraw their claim to the disputed land." This latest salvo has been fired by local Muslims from Ayodhya who equally want a localised solution to this contentious issue.

Saiyed Asghar Abbas Rizvi, managing trustee of the newly-formed Ayodhya Jama Masjid Trust, said, "Muslims were now realising the futility of contesting the case endlessly in court and his efforts had begun yielding results with three of the five plaintiffs agreeing to withdraw their cases if the Hindu plaintiffs also did the same, and also if they were allowed to construct a mosque on the five-acre land situated nearby."

Alleging that a section of the Muslim leadership was sabotaging the possibility of a solution to this issue which has been hanging fire for decades since their very political survival was at stake "these vested interests would be exposed at an appropriate time", Rizvi said.

"Even if the court finally rules in favour of Muslims, will it mean removing the makeshift temple on the disputed land would lead to bloodshed across the country? Would it be possible for Muslims to get back the land and construct a mosque there finally? Time has come for Muslims to realise that they are fighting a losing battle on the Ayodhya issue. It would be far better to allow Hindus to build the temple there and get an alternative land for the mosque," Rizvi argued.

The fact is that Muslim leaders raked up the issue to carve out a political platform for themselves and did nothing when the Babari Masjid was finally demolished. In fact, the raking up the issue catapulted the fanatic Hindutva elements to the centrestage only to surge ahead and indulge in mass murders of Muslims at regular intervals and with ferocity. Alas, the Muslim leaders should have better thought of the Muslim youths and future generations whose lives are being made difficult with each passing day.

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