Indian top court gave Ayodhya disputed site to Hindus for Ram Mandir through the verdict
All India Muslim Personal Law Board has decided to file review petition against Supreme Court's Ayodhya verdict.
The decision came from a meeting of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) today, reports Hindustan Times.
On November 9, Indian Supreme Court pronounced that the Ram Temple will come up in the disputed land in Ayodhya, while Muslims will get an alternative land measuring five acres.
At the same time, the Court held that an alternate plot of 5 acres must be allotted to the Sunni Waqf Board for the construction of the mosque. The Court observed that the destruction of the Babri mosque in 1992 was a violation of the law.
The Central Government has been directed to formulate a scheme in this regard within three months. A Board of Trustees must be set up for the construction of the temple.
However, the Court clarified that the rights of Ram Lalla to the disputed property is subject to maintenance of law and order and communal harmony.