Ayodhya Dispute: Inside Details Of Secret Ayodhya Meet; Suggestions Made By Retired IAS Officer Accessed

Written By Saniya Rao | Mumbai | Published:


  • In this newsbreak, Republic has accessed inside details of the secret Ayodhya meet which took place on Thursday.

In this newsbreak, Republic has accessed inside details of the secret Ayodhya meet which took place on Thursday. Republic has learnt that Anis Ansari, a retired IAS officer, joined the discussion on the out of court settlement of the Babri Mosque- Ram Janmabhoomi issue held by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in Bengaluru and made point-by-point suggestions.

Sources tell Republic TV, that during the course of the meeting, Anees Ansari, Retd IAS Officer made the following suggestions:

  1. Out of court settlement will strengthen Hindu-Muslim goodwill
  2. Such a settlement is possible only when all the parties to the dispute pending before the Supreme Court reach an agreement amicably
  3. Ram Janmabhoomi parties must admit Ayodhya land is disputed
  4. Those responsible for the illegal destruction of the Mosque should be punished strictly & expeditiously under the law in force on the date of its destruction
  5. If Shariat permits, parties representing the Mosque, should stop objecting  to construction of a Ram temple on the disputed site
  6. A suitable plot of land should be made available for the reconstruction of the Babri Mosque
  7. The government of India should abolish paragraph 3 of the Constitution (Scheduled Caste) order 1950 as it violates Arts. 14,15,16 & 25 of the Constitution
  8. Terms of settlement should be made part of Supreme Court judicial decree
  9. Legal guarantee that no other places of worship of Muslims will be affected

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Earlier in the day, The Supreme Court adjourned the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute case to March 14 since documentation and translations are yet to be complete.  The bench, comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S. Abdul Nazeer, however, made it clear that it would deal with the case as a “pure land dispute”.  The cross-petitions had challenged the 2010 Allahabad High Court verdict that had divided the disputed site between the Nirmohi Akhara, Lord Ram deity, and the Sunni Waqf Board.

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