New Delhi: The Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board, a plaintiff in the Ramjanmabhoomi case, announced that it will decide on 26 November, whether to take the 5 acres of land to build a Mosque, offered to them under the Supreme Court verdict.
The Sunni Waqf Board Chairman, Zufar Farooqui, said that he is getting diverse views on whether to take the land or not. He said that some are advising against taking the land offered to them by the Supreme Court verdict.
However, Zufar Farooqui feels that will increase negativity. He said, “The meeting was earlier scheduled on November 13 but it was postponed and is now expected on November 26. I am getting diverse views on taking the land but I personally feel negativity can be won only with positivity.”
He also said that some persons are advising that the land should be taken by the Waqf board and an educational institution with a mosque build on the land.
The Chairman also reiterated that the Waqf Board would not challenge the verdict of the Supreme Court and said that they accept the decision of the apex court.
The Supreme Court while allowing the Hindu community to build a Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ramjanmabhoomi, also ordered that the Muslim community be given 5 acres of land at a prominent place in Ayodhya to construct a mosque.