Muslim Body Appeals For Peace, Whatsoever Supreme Court’s Verdict In Babri Masjid Case

In a major closed door meeting of prominent Muslim Organisations convened by Mr. Navaid Hamid President of All India Muslim Majlis e Mushawarat, the apex body of Indian Muslims, the participants resolved to maintain peace and harmony at all cost after the verdict of SC in Ayodhya dispute, whatsoever it may come. The important Participants who attended the meeting include Maulana Arshad Madani President, Jamiat Ulama Hind, Er. Sadatullah Hussaini President Jamaat e Islami Hind, Maulana Asghar Imam Mehdi Salafi President All India Jamiat e Ahle Hadith, Maulana Ashraf Kichauchvi President All India Mashaikh Board, Prof. Mohammad Sulaiman President Indian National League, Mr. Wajahat Habibullah Former Chairman National Commission for Minorities, Prof. Akhtarul Wasay Former Chairman Linguistic Commission of India, Parliamentarians Dr. Jawed and Mr.Imran Hasan, Imam Mohsin Taqvi, Maulana Maqsood Imran Imam Jama Masjid Bangalore along with other prominent Muslim leaders and intellectuals participated in this all important meeting. Maulana Arshad Madani speaking in the meeting was optimistic that as advocates of Jamiat Ulama e Hind and other parties defending the Babri suit case has argued with evidence in the SC, there is no reason to doubt the outcome of the case in Babri Masjid favor. However, all parties need to ensure that the verdict should be respected in any case. President of Mushawarat was of the opinion that the SC judgment would be a milestone in the judicial history and it needs to be seen whether the court delivered its judgement as Court of Justice or not and the judgement would have far reaching impact on the destiny of the country. The participants resolved to pass the following resolution in the Meeting:
This representative meeting realizes that for the stability and development of any country it’s vital to have peaceful environment, constitutional supremacy and rule of law.
In a multi-religious and multi-cultural country like India communal harmony and respect for others constitutional and religious freedom is a symbol of democracy and secularism. However the fascists and anarchists are trying to communalize the environment by inciting violence in different names.
In such a weird situation it indispensable to those peace-loving Indians who want the prosperity and stability of the country to come forward and fight against communal forces and try their best to establish the rule of law in the country.
In this context, the impact and consequences of the Supreme Court’s decision in the Babri Masjid case should be taken positively in the context of the overall progress and development of the country.
This representative meeting while appealing to maintain the rule of law wants to draw the attention of all Indians irrespective of creed and cast and urge them to honor the verdict of the Supreme Court in Babri Masjid case, whatsoever.
We also appeal to all countrymen to face the situation with patience and endurance and avoid any kind of provocation and incitement and also stick to peace and optimism whatever be the circumstances.
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