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2003: Indian Muslim Statements
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ALL INDIA MUSLIM MAJLIS-e-MUSHAWARAT  

Government's Approach to Supreme Court - A Misuse of Judicial Process, 
A Panic Reaction under Threat from RSS/VHP; 
Mask of Constitutional Neutrality has been Dropped and Real Face Stands Exposed; 
Any Construction based on Existing Site-Plan is Prima Facie Illegal because it Covers Disputed Area; 
AIMMM Urges AIMPLB to intervene in the Case

New Delhi, 6 February, 2003: Shri Syed Shahabuddin, President of the All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM), has issued the following
Statement: 

"The All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM) regrets the Union Government's misuse of the judicial process in approaching the Supreme Court for reopening the question of transfer of so-called 'undisputed' land in the Acquired Area at Ayodhya to the RJN, in a panic reaction to pressure of the Sangh Parivar and threat of the VHP. The Acquisition Act of 1993, the Order of the Supreme Court in October, 1994 and the latest Order of the Supreme Court in March, 2002 bar the transfer and nothing of legal significance has occurred since last year to justify the request for a review. 

The AIMMM wishes to reiterate that since the VHP wants to commence construction of the proposed Mandir in accordance with the existing site-plan, which admittedly covers the disputed area including the Babari Masjid site, any construction on its basis is absolutely unlawful. Moreover, its demand is based on the untenable presumption that the final judicial verdict in the title suit will be decided against the Muslim community and ignores the fact that under the Act of 1993, the RJN is not eligible to be entrusted with the construction of the Mandir. The AIMMM notes that by openly siding with the VHP, the Vajpayee Government has wilfully dropped the mask of neutrality, although the government under the Constitution must remain neutral in any conflict of interest between two religious groups. The anti-secular character of this Government stands exposed. It is a shame that instead of prosecuting those who have been waging a relentless war against the State and the Constitution, the Government has stooped to become their accomplice. 

The AIMMM urges the AIMPLB to intervene in the case to oppose the stand of the Government speaking for the VHP, to place the correct constitutional and legal position before the Supreme Court and to urge it to confirm its earlier ruling."

Sd/- Syed Shahabuddin
ALL INDIA MUSLIM MAJLIS-e-MUSHAWARAT
N-44, Abul Fazal Enclave, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi - 110 025 Phone: 2632 6780 Fax: 2632 7346
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