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Breaking News: Muslim petitioners in Ayodhya dispute reject leaked “settlement” proposal

Muslim parties said, “We are not ready for the agreement right now. The details of the agreement before the arbitration panel were leaked intentionally.”

 

New Delhi|The hearing in the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya dispute has concluded and the court has reserved the verdict. The court can pronounce its verdict anytime before 17 November. Just on the day when the proceedings concluded, news reports claimed that the Muslim side in the petition- The Sunni Waqf Board is deliberating the withdrawal of claim on four conditions.

However, the case took a new turn today when Muslim parties issued a statement saying that they have not accepted any agreement. The parties have also accused that the conversation happened in front of a mediation panel has been deliberately leaked.

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Muslim parties said, “We are not ready for the agreement right now.” The case in the Supreme Court is in the final stage. No Muslim party approved the agreement. The details of the agreement before the arbitration panel were leaked intentionally.”

Six representatives from Muslim parties issued a joint statement, saying, “No agreement is approved by any party other than the Sunni Waqf Board. The terms of the agreement which have been leaked are not acceptable to us. Along with this, we also reject the procedure adopted for arbitration. Claim back on land for settlement.”

Meanwhile, Zafaryab Jilani, convener of the Babri Masjid Action Committee and advocate of the Muslim side, has expressed confidence that the court’s decision will be in their favour. He said that the map which was torn in the Supreme Court is of a book published in 1986, which is not even considered by the Supreme Court.

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