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All India Muslim Personal Law Board Committee on Babri Masjid

Activities of VHP

New Delhi, 13 February, 2002
: Expressing serious concern at the defamatory and highly provocative statements by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad about the construction of Ram temple, and the criminal silence and negligence of the Central and State governments, Dr S Q R Ilyas, the convenor of the Committee on Babri Masjid of All India Muslim Personal Law Board, has said in a press statement that the announcement by the VHP leaders that it would start moving carved pillars to the disputed land for the construction of temple from March 15 is tantamount to a challenge to the Constitution of India and the Judiciary as well. Similarly to gather thousands of activists at the disputed place for the unlawful construction of the temple is not only a conspiracy to pollute the communal atmosphere of the state but also an outright violation of the Hon’ble Supreme Court’s order (1994).

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board demands the Central government and the State government of UP to put a ban on all such activities which are aimed at, on one hand, defying the law and Constitution and, on the other, designed to generate communal clashes and to put the venom-spiting VHP leaders behind the bars. In case it is not so done the conclusion will be irresistible that the government is itself conniving in the construction of Ram temple at the site of Babri Masjid. The Board further demands that the Central government should forthwith take all the construction materials collected at the site in its possession to thwart any design of illegal use of the same.

The Board wishes to make it clear that as per the order of the Supreme Court the Central government cannot hand over even one square inch of the acquired land to any individual, organization or trust until the title suit pending before the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court is disposed of.

Dr Ilyas further said that is it not funny that the BJP governments at the centre and in UP on one hand are innocently reiterating their stand that they are duty bound to adopt the NDA agenda on Ayodhya while on the other hand they are hand in gloves with their ally the VHP and are bolstering BJP’s electoral prospects in UP and elsewhere by strongly provocative and offensive statements? 

Dr Ilyas questioned that is it not a mockery of law and justice that a fire brand organization is spitting venom and openly challenging the supremacy of law and the Constitution and the whole government machinery is spell-bowl, and mum as patient etherized on the operation table.

All India Muslim Personal Law Board Committe on Babri Masjid
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