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2002: Indian Muslim Statements
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Indian union Muslim league

PRESS STATEMENT

New Delhi, 5 February, 2002: Mr. G.M. Banatwalla, M.P., National President, Indian Union Muslim League, has issued the following statement for favour of publication:

"It is shocking and highly objectionable that the Central Government is considering a proposal to transfer the so-called ‘undisputed land’ in Babri Masjid issue to Vishwa Hindu Parishad and such other for construction of temple. The Indian Union Muslim League strongly opposes any transfer of the Babri Masjid land or the surrounding wakf land or the Government acquired or the so-called
'undisputed land’ to these forces. I have sent a strong protest telegram to the Prime Minister. The consideration of the proposal would be an object, unabased surrender to the threatening extremists. Indeed, the attack on our Parliament was terrorism; and so also the attack on Babri M.asjid, too, is terrorism. It is open defiance of the Constitution and of the apex Court of our Country .Let there be no compromise with these terrorists.

The Indian Union Muslim League appeals to the Central Government not to give in to the threatening forces and to take stem action against them. The Indian Union Muslim League appeals to all the allies in the government with BJP-Shiv Sena to protest strongly and prevail upon the Prime Minister to desist from any such move.

The Indian Union Muslim League also appeals to the secular people and organisations throughout the country to send to the Prime Minister, on Friday 8 February 2002, telegrams protesting against any transfer of Babri Masjid or Surrounding wakf or acquired or so called 'undisputed’ land to the threatening terrorists " .

PRESS Secretary
INDIAN UNION MUSLIM LEAGUE
27, Western Court, janpath, new delhi - 110001

Phone : 336 8428
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