Muslims Need Justice, Not a Piece of Land: Imams Council

Date: Friday, November 26th, 2010
Babri MasjidKozhikkode: In the contentious issue of Babri Masjid Muslim community in the country had been waiting for long for justice, not for a piece of land, said Kerala state committee of Imams Council. The Allahabad high court verdict to divide the Babri land among the three litigants, gave Muslim a feeling of utter disappointment, it added.
The verdict which was based on the beliefs of a particular community would set wrong precedence in the judiciary. The decision taken by the three judges were in direct contrast to the glaring evidences and facts.
It was surprising to see that not a single word was there in the verdict against the act of vandalism committed by the fascist forces first by installing Ram Lalla idol inside the Masjid in 1949 and later by razing it down in 1992.
The Congress party who had assured the community that the Masjid would be rebuilt at the same spot are now taking side with those people who demolished it, by welcoming the court verdict, statement added.
Imams Council state president T Abdul Rahman Baqavi presided over the meeting. General Secretary Abdul Rahman Darimi, Fathhuddeen Rashadi, Sayeed Madani and U K Abdussalam Moulavi spoke.



F-20, III Floor, Shaheen Bagh, Jamia Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi 110025, India



Give us a call at

 +91 93363 83247

+91 99607 19466

Email us at imamscouncilorg[at]