AIMMM urges expansion of Mediation team

NEW DELHI: Navaid Hamid, President of All India Muslim Majlis e Mushawarat, the confederation of major Muslim organisation and Apex body of Indian Muslims appreciates Supreme Court concern for resolving Ayodhya dispute and urges expansion of Mediation team.

All India Muslim Majlis e Mushawarat (AIMMM) appreciates Hon’ble Supreme Court concern for resolving the Babri Masjid – Ram Janam Bhoomi dispute and its verdict to constitute a Mediation team.

AIMMM strongly thinks that though all efforts for a negotiated settlement of the 70 years old dispute had failed in past and there are little chances for it in future too but still there is no harm if SC monitored mediation team explores ways to resolve the dispute with a clean slate and in a non-partisan manner.

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Keeping the complexity of the issue in mind and the difficulties of making a consensus for resolving the dispute, it is required that as per the mandate of the SC, the Mediation Committee should co-opt more members in it and it would be most appropriate if the Mediation Committee resolves to includes three Retired Dalit, Sikh and Christian Judges apart from some body representing Muslim civil society who is acceptable to the Muslim parties in the Babri Masjid – Ram Janambhoomi case.