Now it’s the matter of country image before world: Qasim Rasool

New Delhi: Supreme Court has completed the hearing of Babri-Masjid title dispute case. Supreme Court is likely to pronounce its historic verdict by November 15.

Commenting upon the issue Co-Convener Babri Masjid Action Committee and member All India Muslim Personal Law Board Syed Qasim Rasool Ilyas said that their advocates have toiled day and night to produce authentic evidences and documents before the court to prove their claim. He hoped that keeping in view the truth, evidences, law and self-esteem of the country, the judgment will come in favour of Muslim party. He said that the entire world is keenly observing the case and now it is the matter of country’s image and Supreme Court’s self-esteem.

Mr Qasim Rasool Ilyas urged people not take out rallies or processions if the judgment comes in favour and not to disrupt peace of the country and avoid provocation if the judgment comes against us.

Supreme Court’ advocate on record Mushtaq Ahmed said whatever would be the judgment, it should be acceptable to one and all.