Three key parties in Babri mosque title suit meet to discuss solution

Ayodhya, Oct.9 (ANI): The three key parties in the Babri mosque title suit came together to find an amicable solution to the issue.

The Ram Janmbhoomi Nyas (Trust), Mohammad Hashim Ansari (the 90-year-old litigant) and the Nirmohi Akhara met at the 200-year-old Hanumangarhi temple here on Friday.

Mahant Gyandas, President of the Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad, played the mediator during the meet.

He said that the solution would be in favour of everyone.

"We are trying to find a solution to the temple and mosque dispute, and if we have the grace of Lord Hanuman, we would definitely come to a solution very quickly. But we do not want to reveal any thing about our meeting right now, as there are many evil-minded people who are trying to spread discord over the issue," said Mahant Gyandas.

"So, we, the three of us, we would sit together and come to a solution which would definitely please every one," he added.

Ansari said the issue is being discussed and noted that some Muslims have also accused him of taking bribes from the Hindu parties.

"I am discussing the issue with MahantJi (Gyandas) right now. There are a few parties in the Muslim community who claim that I have been bribed. They have also printed articles against me and are distributing them in the public," said Ansari.

But I don't care about all this. I just want that our mission of spreading brotherhood should be achieved with love at the earliest. It will be in favour of both Hindus and Muslims," he added.

Meanwhile, all the three parties claimed that moving the Supreme Court would not help the matter reach a resolution.

A three-judge bench of the Allahabad High Court ruled on September 30 that the Ramlala idol would remain on the disputed land in Ayodhya, deeming it Lord Ram's birthplace.

The court divided the 2.77 acre disputed site among three parties, The Sunni Waqf Board; The Nirmohi Akhara and The party representing 'Ram Lala Virajman'. The 8000 page verdict came after nearly 60 years of litigation on the title dispute.

The Sunni Waqf Board has, however, expressed dissatisfaction with the judgement and decided to file an appeal in the Supreme Court against the Ayodhya verdict. By Amit Kumar (ANI)

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