TDN World Desk: Even as the Supreme Court has delivered its verdict on the Ayodhya Case, senior Sunni Waqf Board lawyer Zafariyab Jilani has not filed with the decision and is planning to file a re-view petition. He said that this decision of the five judges of the Supreme Court is not final.
“The Supreme Court has already overruled more than a dozen decision of these five judges,” Jilani said in an interview, “A bench of 13 judges have been formed. The Supreme Court never says the decision of the five judges is final and has Those who do not know the history of the law must be surprised to file a review petition.

In response to a question, he said:” My written statement is that we will accept the final decision of the Supreme Court. Article 137 allows one who is not sat with the verdict to file a review petition. “

Jilani, referring to the two responsibilities of the case – the Sunni Waqf Board and the Muslim Personal Board. And the Muslims of Ayodhya, said: “Others do not need to give their opinion on the matter. The proposal to replace five acres of land for the mosque is against the Sharia.Sharia does not allow this . The Waqf Act also says the same . The Supreme Court cannot change the mosqueland . According to Article 142 , it cannot go against any in stituation.”

Referring to the Sunni Waqf Board not filinga reconsideration petition , Jilani said : ” Whether or not it can file a reconsideration petition , doesn ‘ t matter in our case , The Muslim community does not approve this decision . If the Sunni Waqf Board has to go against the reconsideration petition , go . A party cannot do anything in it . ”

It was mentioned that most of the Muslims were satisfied with the decision on November9 . Those people have expressed their views in favour of the decision on social media . On this . Jilani said : ” There are 200 million Muslims in this country . If two lakhs are satisfied then it doesn’t matter.”

Noting that some members of the Muslim Personal Law Board are also not in favour of filing a reconsideration petition , Jilani said that there is some difference of opinion in every democraticsys tem , Some educated Muslims say that this matter would not have taken solong if it had been settled earlier, to which Jilani said : ” Such people can only give advice by sit ting in the drawing room . We are doing our work honestly We have been fighting this battlesince 1986.”

( This news story originally appeared in Orissa Post )