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Iqbal Ansari: Babri Trial must end now

On Wednesday, The Babri Masjid litigant Mohammad Iqbal Ansari told that the Ayodhya dispute matter, which has been going on for the last 28 years must end now.

The verdict will be announced by a special CBI court on Wednesday related to the disputed structure that was demolished on December 6, 1992, in Ayodhya.

After the Supreme Court’s decision on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute pronounced on November 9, 2019, the past incidents related to the dispute must be done away with and the dispute should be forgotten, Iqbal Ansari told IANS.

He said, “We must work towards progress in the country. The evidence lies with the CBI. We want this issue to end after festering for the last 28 years.

“Several people related to the dispute have passed away. Some people are already past their prime, so it is better than this dispute must end. The SC verdict over the Ram temple and Babri Masjid has been out. Both Hindus and Muslims have also reconciled the decision. We have full faith in the Constitution and the law of the country,” Ansari added.

On the disputes related to Mathura and Kashi, Ansari said, “These are the same people who want to create a rift between the Hindus and the Muslims. The government has already decided that there will be no new dispute between the temple and mosque, so why is this dispute started anew?”

He said more than such disputes, the country needs to do more to improve employment, economic growth, national and social security, health, and education.

The country needs to do more to improve employment, national and social security, economic growth, health, and education, He said.

There are 32 accused in the Babri structure demolition case, including the Senior BJP Leaders Lal Krishna Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Kalyan Singh, Vinay Katiyar, and Uma Bharti

CBI Special Judge S.K. Yadav has called all the accused in the Babri Masjid demolition case, after hearing the matter for 28 years.



source: with input from ians