On the anniversary day of Babri Masjid Demolition Popular Front demands its rebuilding

November 28, 2013 - 22:06 -- fahim

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011
Chairman addressing in the Protest demanding to rebuild Babari Masjid
Chairman addressing in the Protest demanding to rebuild Babari Masjid

New Delhi : Popular Front of India organised public programmes in the national capital and various parts of the country on the 19th anniversary day of Babri Masjid demolition demanding its rebuilding on the same site. In New Delhi, the Dharna held at Jantar Mantar was attended by hundreds of people. Popular Front chairman E. M. Abdul Rahiman inaugurated the programme. Adv Bahar U Barqi Supreme Court, Dr Anwarul Islam Majlis-e-Mushawarah, SDPI Delhi State Convener Abdul Rasheed Agwan and the Programme Convener Moulana Kaleemullah Siddiqui, and other leaders belonging to different organisations address the Programme.

Babar Masjid Protest in New Delhi 2011
Babar Masjid Protest in New Delhi 2011

In a memorandum addressed to Honourable President and Prime Minister of India, Popular Front has pointed out that the immediate assurance given by the then Prime Minister to rebuild the mosque failed to materialize till now. Only rebuilding the Masjid on the same site would serve justice and restore the faith of millions of upright citizens of India, Muslims and non-Muslims.

All legal procedures related to the issue are still pending settlement. The case filed in 1961 related to ownership of the Masjid and its premises is now before the Honourable Supreme Court of India after the controversial Allahabad High Court verdict to partition the land into three parts. The criminal case filed in 1992 against those who have demolished the Masjid is indefinitely delayed. The Central Government has not initiated any action on the recommendations of Justice Liberhan's Commission which enquired the events that led to the destruction of the Masjid.

In this context Popular Front has urged Government of India:

To expedite the proceedings of Honourable Supreme Court of India for a final verdict in the appeal cases of title suit pending against the controversial High Court verdict.
To announce actions taken against those whom Justice Liberhan's Commission has found guilty in destructing Babri Masjid.
To initiate steps for a legislation by the Indian Parliament for rebuilding Babri Masjid on the same site where it stood earlier, since the ultimate solution to the problem lies in fulfilling the nation's commitment to justice.

Public Relations Officer
Popular Front of India
Headquarters

Babar Masjid Protest in New Delhi 2011

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